Guangzhou Wang

Post-doctoral Researcher
Primary office:


Faculty Sponsor:  James Bever


Ph.D., China Agricultural University
B.S. Northwest A&F University

Area of specialization:
Plant-soil interactions

Research Interests:
Microbial-mediated diversity-productivity relationships
Plant-soil feedbacks

Selected Publications:

  • Wang, G., Ye, C. Zhang, J. Koziol, L., Bever, J.D., and Li, X. 2019.  Asymmetric facilitation induced by inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi leads to overyielding in maize/faba bean intercropping.  Journal of Plant Interactions 14(1): 10-20.  doil: 10.1080/17429145.2018.1550218
  • Wang, G., Schultz, P., Tipton, A., Zhang, J., Zhang, F., and Bever, J.D. 2019.  Microbiome mediation of positive plant productivity-diversity relationships in late successional grassland species.  Ecology Letters 22:1221-1232.


  • Wang, G. 2019.  Soil microbiome drives overyielding in both agriculture intercropping and native prairie.  Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, Manhattan, KS.

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