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    Selected Publications: 

    1. Hou L., Yang P.C., Jiang F., Liu Q.  Wang X.H., Kang L. 2017. The neuropeptide F/nitric oxide pathway is essential for shaping locomotor plasticity underlying locust phase transition. eLife, DOI:10.7554/eLife.22526 [PDF]
    2. Chen B., Zhang B., Xu L.L., Li Q., Jiang F., Yang P.C., Xu Y.N., Kang L., 2017. Transposable Element-Mediated Balancing Selection at Hsp90 Underlies Embryo Developmental Variation. Molecular Biology and Evolution. doi:10.1093/molbev/msx062 [PDF]
    3. Jiang F. , Liu Q. , Wang Y.L., Zhang J., Wang H.M., Song T.Q., Yang M.L.,  Wang X.H., Kang L. 2017. Comparative genomic analysis of SET-domain family reveals the origin, expansion, and putative function of the arthropod-specific SmydA genes as histone modifiers in insects. GigaScience, DOI: 10.1093/gigascience/gix031  [PDF]
    4. He, J. , Chen, Q.Q. , Wei, Y.Y. , Jiang, F., Yang, M.L., Hao, S.G., Guo, X.J., Chen, D.F., Kang, L. 2016.MicroRNA-276 promotes egg hat ching synchrony by upregulating brm in locusts. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 113:584-589. [PDF]
    5. Yang M.L. , Wang Y.L. , Jiang F., Song T.Q., Wang H.M., Liu Q, Zhang J., Zhang J.Z.., Kang L., 2016. miR-71 and miR-263 Jointly Regulate Target Genes Chitin synthase and Chitinase to Control Locust Molting.  PLoS Genetics  12:e1006257. [PDF]
    6. Wang,X.H., Kang,L. 2014.Molecular mechanisms of phase change in locusts. Annual Review of Entomology, 59:225-43. [PDF]
    7. Wang, X.H. , Fang, X.D. , Yang, P.C. , Jiang, X.T. , Jiang, F. , Zhao, D.J., Li B., Cui, F., Wei, J.N., Ma, C., Wang, Y.D., He, J., Luo Y., Wang, Z.F., Guo, X.J., Guo W., Wang X., Zhang Y., Yang M.L., Hao S.G., Chen B., Ma Z.Y., Yu D., Xiong Z., Zhu Y., Fan D., Han L., Wang B., Chen Y., Wang J., Yang L., Zhao W., Feng Y., Chen G., Lian J., Li Q., Huang Z., Yao X., Lv N., Zhang G., Li Y., Wang J., Wang, J., Zhu B. Kang, L., 2014. Locust genome sequence provides insight into swarm formation and long-distance flight. Nature Communications, 10.1038/ncomms3957. [PDF]
    8. Yang, M.L.①, Wei, Y.Y.①, Jiang, F.①, Wang, Y.L., Guo, X.J., He, J., Kang, L. 2014. MicroRNA-133 Inhibits Behavioral Aggregation by Controlling Dopamine Synthesis in Locusts. PLoS Genetics,10(2): e1004206. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1004206 [PDF] 
    9. Wang, Y.D., Yang, P.C., Cui, F., Kang, L. 2013. Altered Immunity in Crowded Locust Reduced Fungal (Metarhizium anisopliae) Pathogenesis. PLoS Pathogens, DOI:10.1371/journal.ppat.1003102. [PDF]
    10. Wei, J.N, Yang, L.H, Ren, Q, Li, CY, Ge, F., Kang, L.2013. Antagonism between plant odors and trichomes affects tritrophic interactions. Plant Cell & Environment, 36, 315-327. [PDF]
    11. Cease, AJ, Elser, JJ, Ford, CF, Hao, S., Kang, L, Harrison*, JF. 2012. Heavy livestock grazing promotes locust outbreaks by lowering plant nitrogen content. Science, 335, 467-469. [PDF]
    12. Wu, R., Wu, Z.M., Wang, X.H., Yang, P.C., Yu, D., Zhao, C.X., Xu, G.W., and Kang, L. 2012. Metabolomic analysis reveals that carnitines are key regulatory metabolites in phase transition of the locusts. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (USA), 109, 3259-3263. [PDF]
    13. Ma, ZY, Guo, XJ, Guo, W, Wang, XH, Kang, L. 2011. Modulation of behavioral phase changes of the migratory locust by the catecholamine metabolic pathway. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (USA), 108: 3882-3887. [PDF]
    14. Guo, W, Wang, XH, Ma, Z.Y., Xue, L., Han, J.Y., Yu, D., and Kang, L. 2011. CSP and takeout genes modulate the switch between attraction and repulsion during behavioral phase change in the migratory locust. PLoS Genetics, 7(2): e1001291, 1-13. [PDF]
    15. Wei, J.N., Wang, L.Z., Zhao, J.H., Li, C.Y., Ge, F. and Kang, L., 2011. Ecological trade-offs between jasmonic acid-dependent direct and indirect plant defences in tritrophic interactions. New phytologist, 189: 557–567. [PDF]
    16. Zhang, Y., Wang, X.H., and Kang, L., 2011. A k-mer scheme to predict piRNAs and characterize locust piRNAs. Bioinformatics, 27(6)771–776. [PDF] 
    17. Kang, L., Chen, B., Wei, J.N. and Liu, T.X., 2009. Roles of Thermal Adaptation and Chemical Ecology in Liriomyza Distribution and Control. Annual Review of Entomology, 54:127-145. [PDF]
    18. Wei, Y.Y., Chen, S., Yang P.C., Kang, L., 2009. Characterization and transcriptomes of small RNAs in two phases of locust. Genome Biology, 10:R6l (doi:10.1186/gb-2009-10-1-r6). [PDF]
    19. Kang, L., Han, X.G., Zhang, Z.B. and Sun, O. J., 2007, Grassland ecosystems in China: Review of current knowledge and research advancement. Philos. Trans. Roy. Soc., 362:997-1008. [PDF] 
    20. Kang, L., Chen, X.Y., Zhou, Y., Zheng, W., Li R.Q., Wang, J. and Yu, J. 2004. The analysis of large-scale gene expression correlated to the phase changes of the migratory locust.Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 101: 17611-17615. [PDF]

    Research articles in peer-review journals (since 2000) 

    1. Chen B., Zhang B., Xu L.L., Li Q., Jiang F., Yang P.C., Xu Y.N., Kang L., 2017. Transposable Element-Mediated Balancing Selection at Hsp90 Underlies Embryo Developmental Variation. Molecular Biology and Evolution. doi:10.1093/molbev/msx062
    2. Hou L., Yang P.C., Jiang F., Liu Q.  Wang X.H., Kang L. 2017. The neuropeptide F/nitric oxide pathway is essential for shaping locomotor plasticity underlying locust phase transition. eLife, DOI:10.7554/eLife.22526
    3. Jiang F. , Liu Q. , Wang Y.L., Zhang J., Wang H.M., Song T.Q., Yang M.L.,  Wang X.H., Kang L. 2017. Comparative genomic analysis of SET-domain family reveals the origin, expansion, and putative function of the arthropod-specific SmydA genes as histone modifiers in insects. GigaScience,
    4. Wei J.N., Shao W.B., Wang X.H., Ge J., Chen X.Y., Yu D., Kang L.* 2017. Composition and emission dynamics of migratory locust volatiles in response to changes in developmental stages and population density. Insect Science 24: 60-72.
    5. Chen B. , Ma R.H ., Ding D., Wei L.Y. Kang L. 2017. Aerobic respiration by hemocyanin in the embryo of the migratory locust. Insect Molecular Biology,
    6. He J. , Chen Q.Q. , Wei Y.Y. , Jiang F., Yang M.L., Hao S.G., Guo X.J., Chen D.F., Kang L. 2016. MicroRNA-276 promotes egg hatching synchrony by upregulating brm in locusts. PNAS,113:584-589.
    7. Yang M.L. , Wang Y.L. , Jiang F., Song T.Q., Wang H.M., Liu Q, Zhang J., Zhang J.Z.., Kang L., 2016. miR-71 and miR-263 Jointly Regulate Target Genes Chitin synthase and Chitinase to Control Locust Molting.  PLoS Genetics  12:e1006257
    8. Li Y., Zhang J., Chen D.F., Yang P.C., Jiang F., Wang X.H., Kang L. 2016. CRISPR/Cas9 in locusts: Successful establishment of an olfactory deficiency line by targeting the mutagenesis of an odorant receptor co-receptor (Orco). Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,79:27-35.
    9. Guo S.Y., Jiang F., Yang P.C., Liu Q,  Wang X.H., Kang L.  2016. Characteristics and expression patterns of histone-modifying enzyme systems in the migratory locust. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,76:18-28.
    10. Cui F., Zhao W., Luo L., Kang L. 2016 Rice Responses and Resistance to Planthopper-Borne Viruses at Transcriptomic and Proteomic Levels. Current Issues in Molecular Biology.19:43-52
    11. Zhao W., Yang P.C., Kang L., Cui F. 2016 Different pathogenicities of Rice stripe virus from the insect vector and from viruliferous plants. New Phytologist, 210: 196–207
    12. Zhao W., Lu L.X., Yang P.C., Cui N., Kang L., Cui F. 2016 Organ-specific transcriptome response of the small brownplanthopper toward rice stripe virus. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 70:60-72
    13. Cui N., Yang P.C., Guo K., Kang L., Cui F. 2016 Large-scale gene expression reveals different adaptations of Hyalopterus persikonus to winter and summer host plants. Insect Science, 1-12
    14. Chen B. , Zhang Y. , Zhang X., Jia S.L., Chen S., Kang L. 2016. Genome-wide identification and developmental expression profiling of long noncoding RNAs during Drosophila metamorphosis. Scientific Reports, 6:23330
    15. Ma Z.Y., X. Guo X.J., and Kang L., 2016. Octopamine and Tyramine Signaling in Locusts: Relevance to Olfactory Decision-Making. In: Tahira Farooqui and Akhlaq A. Farooqui, editors, Trace Amines and Neurological Disorders. Oxford: Academic Press, 2016, pp. 221-234.
    16. Chen, B., Li, S. Q., Ren, Q., Tong, X.W., Zhang, X., Kang, L. 2015. Paternal epigenetic effects of population density on locust phase-related characteristics associated with heat-shock protein expression. Molecular Ecology. 24:851-62.
    17. Wang, Z.F., Yang, P.C., Chen, D.F., Jiang, F., Li, Y., Wang, X.H., Kang, L. 2015. Identification and functional analysis of olfactory receptor family reveal unusual characteristics of the olfactory system in the migratory locust. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, doi:10.1007/s00018-015-2009-9
    18. Chen, Q.Q., He, J., Ma, C., Yu, D., Kang, L. 2015. Syntaxin 1A modulates the sexual maturity rate and progeny egg size related to phase changes in locusts. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 56:1-8.
    19. Hou L., Jiang F., Yang P.C., Wang X.H., Kang L. 2015. Molecular characterization and expression profiles of neuropeptid precursors in the migratory locust. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 63 : 63-71
    20. Guo, X.J. , Ma, Z.Y. , Kang, L., 2015. Two dopamine receptors play different roles in phase change of the migratory locust. Front. Behav. Neurosci., 9:80doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2015.00080
    21. Ma, Z.Y. , Guo X.J. , Lei, H, Li, T, Hao, S.G., Kang, L., 2015. Octopamine and tyramine respectively mediate attractive and repulsive behavior during locust phase changes.Sci Rep, 5:8036-8036
    22. Tong, X.W., Chen, B., Feng, Q.L., Huang, L.H., Kang, L., 2015. Proteomic analysis reveals that COP9 signalosome complex subunit 7A (CSN7A) is essential for the phase transition of migratory locust. Sci Rep, 5:12542.
    23. Chen, B., Ma, R.H., Ma, G.L., Guo, X., Tong, X.W., Tang, G., Kang, L., 2015. Haemocyanin is essential for embryonic development and survival in the migratory locust. Insect Mol Biol, 24:517-27.
    24. Pan, Y.M. Zhu, J.J., Luo, L., Kang, L., Cui, F. 2015. High expression of a unique aphid protein in the salivary glands of Acyrthosiphon pisum. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 92: 175-180.
    25. Hao, S.G., Wang, S.P., Cease, A., Kang, L., 2015. Landscape level patterns of grasshopper communities in Inner Mongolia: interactive effects of livestock grazing and a precipitation gradient. Landscape Ecol , 30:1657–1668.
    26. Wang, Y.L. , Jiang, F., Wang, H.M., Song, T.Q., Wei, Y.Y., Yang, M.L., Zhang, J.Z.., Kang, L., 2015.Evidence for the expression of abundant microRNAs in the locust genome. Scientific Reports, 5:13608 | DOI: 10.1038/srep13608.
    27. Zhang, B., Ma, C., Edward, O., Fuller, S., Kang, L. 2014. The mitochondrial genome of the Russian wheat aphid Diuraphis noxia: Large repetitive sequences between trnE and trnF in aphids. Gene, 533 , 253-260.     2.196
    28. Wang, X.H., Kang, L. 2014. Molecular Mechanisms of Phase Change in Locusts. Annu. Rev. Entomol, 59:225-43.    13.589
    29. Wang, X.H., et al., 2014 Locust genome sequence provides insight into swarm formation and long-distance flight. Nature Communications 10.1038/ncomms3957.
    30. Yang, M.L., Wei, Y.Y., Jiang, F., Wang, Y.L., Guo, X.J., He, J., Kang, L. 2014. MicroRNA-133 Inhibits Behavioral Aggregation by Controlling Dopamine Synthesis in Locusts. PLoS Genetics10(2): e1004206. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1004206
    31. Cui, F., Wang, H.S., Zhang, H.Y., Kang, L. 2014. Anoxic stress and rapid cold hardening enhance cold tolerance of the migratory locust. Cryobiology, 69: 243-248.
    32. Zhang, B., Ma, C., Edward, O., Fuller, S., Kang, L. 2014. A multi-genome analysis approach enables tracking of the invasion of a single Russian wheat aphid  (Diuraphis noxia) clone throughout the New World. Molecular Ecology 23(8):1940-1951
    33. Wang, Y.D., Yang, P.C., Cui, F., Kang* L., 2013. Altered Immunity in Crowded Locust Reduced Fungal (Metarhizium anisopliae) Pathogenesis. PLoS Pathogens, 9(1) : e1003102
    34. Wei, J.N, Yang, L.H, Ren, Q, Li, CY, Ge, F., Kang*, L. 2013. Antagonism between plant odors and trichomes affects tritrophic interactions. Plant Cell & Environment, 36, 315-327.
    35. Zhang, Z.Y., Chen, B., Zhao, D.J., Kang* L., 2013. Functional modulation of mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase underlies adaptation to high-altitude hypoxia in a Tibetan migratory locust.Proceedings of the Royal Society. B, 280, 20122758
    36. Luo, Y. , Wang, X.H. , Wang, X.S., Yu, D., Chen, B., Kang* L., 2013. Differential responses of migratory locusts to systemic RNA interference via double-stranded RNA injection and feeding. Insect Molecular Biology, 22(5), 574–583
    37. Zhao, D.J., Zhang, Z.Y., Cease, A., Harrison, J., Kang* L., 2013. Efficient utilization of aerobic metabolism helps Tibetan locusts conquer hypoxia. BMC Genomics, 14:631
    38. Guo, X.J. , Ma, Z.Y. , Kang* L., 2013.Serotonin enhances solitariness in phase transition of the migratory locust. Front. Behav. Neurosci. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00129.
    39. Wu, R., Wu, Z.M., Wang, X.H., Yang, P.C., Yu, D., Zhao, C.X., Xu, G.W., and Kang*, L. 2012. Metabolomic analysis reveals that carnitines are key regulatory metabolites in phase transition of the locusts. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, 109, 3259-3263.
    40. Wang, H.S., Ma, Z.Y., Cui, F., Wang, X.H., Guo, W., Lin, Z., Yang, P.C., and Kang*, L,  2012. Parental phase status affects the cold hardiness of progeny eggs in locusts. Functional Ecology, 26, 379-389.
    41. Jiang, F., Yang, M.L., Guo, W., Wang, X.H., Kang*, L. 2012. Large-scale transcriptome analysis of retroelements in the migratory locust, Locusta migratoria. PLoS One, 7(7): e40532.
    42. Zhang, S.F., Wei, J.N., Kang*, L. 2012. Transcriptional analysis of Arabidopsis thalianaresponse to Lima bean volatiles. PLoS One, 7(4): e35867.
    43. Luo, Y., Wang, X.H., Yu, D., and Kang*, L, 2012. The SID-1 double-stranded RNA transporter is not required for systemic RNAi in the migratory locust. RNA Biology, 9:5, 1-9.
    44. Ma, C., Yang, P.C., Jiang, F., Chapuis, M.P., Shali, Y., Sword, G.A., Kang*, L. 2012. Mitochondrial genomes reveal the global phylogeography and dispersal routes of the migratory locust. Molecular Ecology, 21: 4344–4358.
    45. Wu, T.J., Hao, S.G., Sun, O.J., Kang*, L. 2012. Specificity responses of grasshoppers in temperate grasslands to diel asymmetric warming. PLoS ONE 7(7): e41764.
    46. Zhang, B., Edwards, O.R., Kang*, L. Fuller, SJ. 2012. Russian wheat aphids (Diuraphis noxia) in China: native range expansion or recent introduction? Molecular Ecology, 21, 2130-2144.
    47. Zhao, D.J., Guo, K., Kang*, L. 2012. Identification of condition-specific reference genes from microarray data for locusts exposed to hypobaric hypoxia. FEBS Open Bio, 2: 235-240.
    48. Zhao, D.J., Zhang, Z.Y., Harrison, J, Kang*, L. 2012. Genome-wide analysis of transcriptional changes in the thoracic muscle of the migratory locust, Locusta migratoria, exposed to hypobaric hypoxia. Journal of Insect Physiology, 58:1424–1431.
    49. Zhang, S.F., Zhang, Z. and Kang* L., 2012. Transcriptome response analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana to leafminer (Liriomyza huidobrensis), BMC Plant Biology, 12:234
    50. Guo, W, Wang, XH, Ma, Z.Y., Xue, L., Han, J.Y., Yu, D., and Kang*, L. 2011. CSP and takeoutgenes modulate the switch between attraction and repulsion during behavioral phase change in the migratory locust. PLoS Genetics, 7(2): e1001291, 1-13.
    51. Ma, ZY, Guo, XJ, Guo, W, Wang, XH, Kang* , L. 2011. Modulation of behavioral phase changes of the migratory locust by the catecholamine metabolic pathway. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (USA), 108: 3882-3887.
    52. Wei, JN, Wang, LZ, Zhao, JH, Li, CY, Ge, F, Kang*, L. 2011. Ecological trade-offs between jasmonic acid-dependent direct and indirect plant defences in tritrophic interactions. New phytologist, 189: 557–567.
    53. Zhang, Y, Wang, XH, Kang*, L. 2011. A k-mer scheme to predict piRNAs and characterize locust piRNAs. Bioinformatics, 1-6, doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btr016.
    54. Cui, F, Lin, Z, Wang, HS, Liu, SL, Chang, HJ, Gerald Reeck, Qiao, CL, Michel Raymond,Kang*, L. 2011. Two single mutations commonly cause qualitative change of nonspecific carboxylesterases in insects. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,41: 1–8.
    55. Chen, B, Jia, T, Ma, R, Zhang, B, Kang*, L. 2011. Evolution of Hsp70 Gene Expression: A Role for Changes in AT-Richness within Promoters. PLoS ONE, 6(5):e20308.
    56. Shen, Y, Gu, J, Huang, L, Zheng, S, Liu, L, Xu,W, Feng, Q, Kang*, L. 2011. Cloning and expression analysis of six small heat shock protein genes in the common cutworm,Spodoptera litura. Journal of Insect Physiology, 57, 908-914.
    57. Chen, S., Yang, P. C., Jiang, F., Wei, Y. Y., Ma, Z. Y. and Kang*, L. 2010. De Novo Analysis of Transcriptome Dynamics in the Migratory Locust during the Development of Phase Traits.PLoS One, 5(12), e15633.
    58. Zhang, S.F., Wei, J.N., Guo, X.J., Liu, T.X., and Kang*, L, 2010. Functional synchronization of biological rhythms in a tritrophic system.? PLoS ONE,5(6): e11064
    59. Berthier, K., Chapuis, M., Simpson, S.J., Ferenz, H., Kane, C.M.H., Kang, L., Lange, A., Ott, S.R., Ebbe,M.A.B., Rodenburg, K.W., Rogers, S.M., Torto, B., Broeck, J.V., van Loon, J.J.A., Sword,G.A., 2010. Laboratory populations as a resource for understanding the relationship between genotypes and phenotypes: a global case study in locusts. Advances in Insect Physiology, 39:1-37.
    60. Guo, W., Wang, X.H., Zhao, D.J., Yang, P.C. and Kang, L., 2010. Molecilar cloning and temporal-spatial expression of I element in gregarious and solitary locusts. Journal of Insect Physiology, 56:943-948.
    61. Huang, L.H., C.Z. Wang and L. Kang*, 2009, Cloning and Expression of Five Heat Shock Protein Genes in relation to Cole tolerance and development of the leafminer, Liriomyza sativae. Journal of Insect Physiology, 55:279-285.
    62. Ma, C., Kang*, L., 2009, The complete mitochondrial genomes of two band-winged grasshoppers, Gastrimargus marmoratus and Oedaleus asiaticus. BMC Genomics,.10:156.
    63. Guo, K., Hao, S.G., Sun, J.X. and Kang*, L., 2009, Differential responses to warming and increased precipitation among three contrasting grasshopper species. Global Change Biology, 15: 2539-2548.
    64. Wei, Y.Y., Chen, S., Yang P.C., Kang* L., 2009, Characterization and transcriptomes of small RNAs in two phases of locust. Genome Biology, 10:R6l (doi:10.1186/gb-2009-10-1-r6).
    65. Tian, J., Hao, S,G,, Kong, W.N., Ma, R.Y., Kang*, L., 2008, Cold tolerance and cold hardening strategy of the Japanese pine sawyer Monochamus alternatus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae).Insect Science, 15:307-316.
    66. Hu, Y.H., D.W. Leung, L. Kang, C.Z. Wang, 2008, Diet Factors Responsible for the Change of the Glucose Oxidase Activity in Labial Salivary Glands of Helicoverpa armigera. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology, 68:113-121.
    67. Huang, L.H., Wang, H.S., Kang*, L., 2008, Different evolutionary lineages of large and small heat shock proteins in eukaryotes. Cell Research, 18:1074-1076.
    68. Teng, Z.Q. and Kang*, L., 2007, Egg hatching benefits gained by polyandrous female locusts are not due to preferential fertilization toward non-sibling males. Evolution. 61:470-476.
    69. Wei, J.N., Wang, L.Z., and Kang*, L., 2007, Plants attracts parasitic wasps to defense themselves against insect pests by releasing hexenol. PLoS One, 2(9), e852.
    70. Huang L.H. and L. Kang*, 2007, Cloning and interspecific altered expression of heat shock protein’s genes in the two leafminer species in response to thermal stress. Insect Molecular Biology, 16: 491-500.
    71. Zhang, G.J., H. S. Wang, J. Shi, X.L. Wang, H.K. Zheng, G.K. Wong, T. Clark, W. Wang, J. Wang, L. Kang*,2007, Identification and characterization of insect-specific proteins by genome data analysis. BMC Genomics. 8: e93.
    72. Wei, W., Liu, X.Z., Zhao, L.L., Kang, L., Sun, J.H., A novel rapid sampling method for pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Nematoda: Parasitaphelenchidae). Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 37:1867-1872.
    73. Teng, Z.Q. and L. Kang*, 2007, Microsatellites reveal the genetic structure of thelytokous stains of the migratory locust. Insect Science, 14:193-200.
    74. Wang, H.S., Wang, X.H., Guo, W., Zhang, S.F. and Kang*, L., 2007. cDNA cloning of heat shock proteins and their expression in the two phases of the migratory locust. Insect Molecular Biology 16:207-219.
    75. Qi, X.L., Wang, X.H. and Kang*, L., 2007. Influence of soil moisture on egg cold hardiness in the migratory locust Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera: Acridiidae). Physiol. Entomol., 32:219-224.
    76. Fan, J.T., L., Kang and J.H. Sun, 2007. Role of host volatiles in mate location by the Japanese pine sanyer, Monochamus alternatus Hope (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Environ. Entomol.,36: 58-63.
    77. Zhao, L.L., W. Wei, L. Kang and J.H. Sun, 2007. Chemotaxis of the pinewood nematode,Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, to volatiles associated with host plant, Pinus massoniana, and its vector Monochamus alternatus. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 33:1207-1261.
    78. Huang, L.H., B. Chen and L. Kang*, 2007. Impact of mild temperature hardening on the thermotolerance, fecundity, and Hsp gene expression in Liriomyza huidobrensis. Journal of Insect Physiology, 53:1199-1205.
    79. Ma, K. Z., Hao, S. G., Zhao, H. Y. and Kang*, L. 2007. Strip cropping wheat and alfalfa to improve biological control of the wheat aphid Macrosiphum avenae by the mite Allothrombium ovatun. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 119:49-52.
    80. Gao, F., Zhu, S.R., Sun, Y.C., Du, L., Parajulee, M., Kang, L. and Ge, F., 2007, Interactive Effects of Elevated CO2 and Cotton Cultivar on Tri-Trophic Interaction of Gossypium hirsutum, Aphis gossyppii, and Propylaea japonica. Environmental Entomology, 36:29–37.
    81. Wei, J. N., Zhu, J. and Kang*, L. and. 2006. Volatiles released from bean plants in response to agromyzid flies. Planta, 224:279-287.
    82. Wei, J.N., Kang*, L. 2006. electrophysiological and behavioral responses of a parasitic wasp to plant volatiles induced by two leafminer species. Chemical Senses, 31:467-477.
    83. Ma, Z. Y., Yu, J. and Kang*, L. 2006. ?Locust DB: a relational database for the transcriptome and biology of the migratory locust (Locusta migratoria). BMC Genomics, 7: e11.
    84. Ma, R. Y., Hao, S. G., Kong, W. N., Sun, J. H., Kang*, L. 2006. Cold hardiness as a factor for assessing the potential distribution of the Japanese pine sawyer Monochamus alternatus(Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in China. Annual of Forest Science, 63:449-456.
    85. Ma, R. Y., Hao, S. G., Tian, J., Sun, J. H., Kang*, L. 2006. Seasonal variation of the cold tolerance Japanese pine sawyer, Monochamus alternatus. Environmental Entomology, 35:881-886.
    86. Wang, H.S., C.S. Zhou, W. Guo and L. Kang*, 2006, Thermoperiod acclimations enhance cold hardiness of the eggs of the migratory locust. Cryobiology, 52:206-217.
    87. Gao, Y. and Kang*, L. 2006. Operational sex ratio and alternative reproductive behaviors in Chinese Bushcricket, Gampsocleis gratiosa. Ethology, 122: 325-331.
    88. Gao, Y. and Kang*, L. 2006. Effects of mating status on copulation investment by male bushcricket Gampsocleis gratiosa (Tettigoniidae, Orthoptera). Science in China,49:11-15.
    89. Chen, B. and Kang*, L. 2005. Implication of pupal cold tolerance for the northern over-wintering range limit of the leafminer Liriomyza sativae (Diptera: Agromyzidae) in China.Applied Entomology and Zoology, 40(3): 437-446.
    90. Zhang, M. Z. and Kang*, L, 2005 Genetic divergence among geographical populations of the migratory locust in China. Science in China Ser. C Life Sciences, 48(1): 1-14.
    91. Wang, H. S., Kang*, L. 2005. Effect of cooling rates on the cold hardiness and cryoprotectant profiles of locust eggs. Cryobiology, 51: 220-229.
    92. Chen, B. and Kang*, L. 2005. Can greenhouses eliminate the development of the cold resistance of the leafminers?  Oecologia, 144(2): 187-195.
    93. Jing, X. H., Wang, X. H. and Kang*, L. 2005. Chill injury in the eggs of the migratory locust,Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera: Acrididae): the time-temperature relationship with high-temperature interruption. Insect Science, 12, 171-178.
    94. Wang, X. H., Kang*, L. 2005. Differences in egg thermotolerance between tropical and temperate populations of the migratory locust Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera: Acridiidae).Journal of Insect Physiology, 51: 1277-1285.
    95. Zhao, Y. X., Hao, S. G. and Kang*, L. 2005. Variations in the Embryonic Stages of Overwintering Eggs of Eight Grasshopper Species (Orthoptera: Acrididae) in Inner Mongolian Grasslands. Zoological Studies, 44(4): 536-542.
    96. Zhang, T. Y., Sun, J. S., Liu, W. Y., Kang, L., Shen, J. L., Xu, W. H.. 2005. Structural characterization and transcriptional regulation of the gene encoding diapause hormone and pheromone biosynthesis activating neuropeptide in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. Biochim Biophys Acta, 1728(1-2): 44-52.
    97. Wei, Z.J., Zhang, Q.R., Kang, L., et al., 2005, Molecular characherization and expression of prothoracicotropic hormone during development and pupal diapause in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. Journal of Insect Physiology, 51(6):691-700.
    98. Kang*, L., Chen, X.Y., Zhou, Y., Zheng, W., Li R.Q., Wang, J. and Yu, J. 2004. The analysis of large-scale gene expression correlated to the phase changes of the migratory locust.Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 101: 17611-17615.
    99. Hao, S. G. and Kang*, L. 2004. Suppercooling capacity and cold hardiness of the eggs of the grasshopper Chorthippus fallax(OrthopteraAcrididae). European Journal of Entomology,101(2):231-236.
    100. Sun, J. H., Gillette, N. E., Miao, Z. W. Kang, L., Owen, D. R. 2004. Verbenone interrupts attraction to host volatiles and reduces attack on Pinus tabuliformis (Pinaceae) byDendroctonus valens (Coleoptera: scolytidae) in the People’s Republic of China. The Canadian Entomol., 135(5): 721-732.
    101. Chen, B. and Kang*, L. 2004. Variation in cold hardiness of Liriomyza huidobrensis (Diptera: Agromyzidae) along latitudinal  gradients. Environ. Entomology, 33(2): 155-164.
    102. Jing, X. H. and Kang*, L. 2004. Seasonal changes in the cold tolerance of eggs of the migratory locust, Locusta migratoria L. (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Environmental Entomology,33: 113 - 118.
    103. Kang*, L. and Hopkins, T. L. 2004. Behavioral and olfactory responses of grasshopper hatchlings, Melanoplus sanguinipes,to plant odours and volatile compounds. Chinese Science Bulletin, 49(2): 136-141.
    104. Zhao, J. Y., Xu, W. H., and Kang*, L. 2004. Functional analysis of the SGNP I in the pupal diapause of the oriental tobacco budworm, Helicoverpa assulta (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).Regulatory Peptides, 118(1-2): 25-31.
    105. Hao, S. G. & Kang*, L. 2004. Effects of temperature on post-diapause embryonic development and the hatching time in three grasshopper species (Orth., Acrididae). Journal of Applied Entomology, 128(2): 95-101.
    106. Zhang, T. Y., Kang, L., Zhang, Z. F., Xu, W. H. 2004. Identification of a POU factor involved in regulating the neuron-specific expression of the gene encoding diapause hormone and pheromone biosynthesis-activating neuropeptide in Bombyx mori. Biochemical Journal, 380: 255-263.
    107. Hao, S.G. and Kang*, L., 2004, Postdiapause development and hatching rate of three grasshopper species (Orthoptera: Acrididae) in Inner Mongolia. Environmental Entomology,33(6): 1528-1534.
    108. Sun, J. H., Clarke, S. R., Kang, L. and Wang, H. B. 2004. Field trails of potential attracants and inhibitors for pine shoot beetles in Yunnan province, China. Annual Forest Science, 62: 9-12.
    109. Chen, H.H., Zhao, Y.X., and Kang*, L. 2004. Comparison of the olfactory sensitivity of two sympatric steppe grasshopper species (Orthoptera: Acrididae) to plant volatile compounds.Science in China Ser. C Life Sciences, 47(2): 115-123.
    110. Jing, X. H. and Kang*, L. 2003. Geographical variation in egg cold hardiness: a study on the adaptation strategies of the migratory locust Locusta migratoria L. Ecological Entomology,28: 151-158. 
    111. Zhao, Y. X. and Kang* L. 2003. Olfactory responses of the leafminer Liriomyza sativae(Diptera: Agromyzidae) to the odours of host and non-host plants. Journal of Applied Entomology, 127: 80-84. 
    112. Chen, H. H. Zhao, Y. X. and Kang*, L. 2003. Antennal sensilla of grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) in relation to food preferences and habits. Bioscience, 28(6): 743-752.
    113. Wang, X. H. and Kang*, L. 2003. Rapid cold hardening in young hoppers of the migratory locust Locusta migratoria L. (Orthoptera: Acrididae). CryoLetters,24: 331-340.
    114. Zhang, D. X., Yan, L. N., Ji, Y. J., Kang, L., Hewitt, G. M. 2003. Isolation, characterization and cross-species amplification of eight microsatellite DNA loci in the migratory locust Locusta migratoria. Molecular Ecology Notes, 3: 483-486.
    115. Ji, Y. J., Zhang, D. X., Hewitt, G. M., Kang, L., and Li, D.M. 2003. Polymorphic microsatellite loci for the cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and some remarks on their isolation. Molecular Ecology Notes, 3: 102-104.
    116. Sun J. H., Gillette N. E., Miao Z. W., Kang, L., Zhang Z. N., Owen D. R., Stein J. D. 2004. Verbenone interrupts attraction to host volatiles and reduces attack on Pinus tabuliformis(Pinaceae) by Dendroctonus valens (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)in the People’s Republic of China. The Canadian Entomologist, 135: 721-735.
    117. Wang, X.H., Chen, B., Kang*, L., 2003, Clone and sequence analysis of cDNA fragment of heat shock protein 70 Gene in the Migratory Locust, Locusta migratoria. Zoological Research, 24: 349-354. 
    118. Huang, H.W., X.G. Han, Kang*L., Raven P., Jackson P. W., and Chen Y. 2002. Conserving native plants of China. Science, 297: 935-936.
    119. Zhao, Y.X. and Kang*, L. 2002. Role of plant volatiles in host plant location of the leafminer,Liriomyza sativae (Diptera: Agromyzidae). Physiological Entomology, 27: 103-111.
    120. Zhao, Y.X. and Kang*, L. 2002. The roles of plant odours to the leafminer Liriomyza sativae(Diptera: Agromyzidae) and its parasite Diglyphus izaea (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae): Orientate towards the host habitat. European Journal of Entomology, 99(4): 445-450.
    121. Chen, B. and Kang*, L., 2002, Cold hardiness and supercooling capacity in the pea ?leafminer Liriomyza huidobrensis CryoLetters, 23(3): 173-182.
    122. Zhao, J.Y, Xu W.H. and Kang*, L. 2002. Molecular cloning of diapause hormone analog inHelicoverpa assulta. Zoological Research, 23(5): 367-371
    123. Chen, H. H. and Kang*, L. 2000. Olfactory responses of two species of grasshoppers to plant odours.Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 95(2):129-134.
    124. Zhao, Y. X. and Kang*, L. 2000. Cold tolerance of the leaf miner Liriomyza sativae(Dipt, Agromyzidae). Journal of Applied Entomology, 124(3-4): 185-189.
    125. Kang*, L., Gan, Y. L. and Li, S. W. 2000. Mandible adaptation of grasshoppers in relation to their feeding habits. Journal of Orthoptera Research, 6: 34-46.
 
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