Introduction of Fan Wu

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Wu Fan, currently pursuing his PhD in agriculture science at Institute of Apiculture Research, CAAS. His research is about the relationship between honey bees’ olfactory system and high royal jelly production. His motto is Everything is good in its season, but not everyone sees it.

E-mail: wufan2102@163.com

Research Interests

Insects possess fairly sophisticated olfactory system in their antennae to detect the odorants essential for their survival, foraging, mating and reproduction. As a social insect, the olfactory system is more important for honey bees. Now, Royal jelly bee has become a good quality bee resource in our country. And more than 90% of the world's royal jelly produces in China. We want to explore the relationship between honey bees’ olfactory system and high royal jelly production.


09/2016 –to now  Doctor of Agriculture, Special Animal Rearing (including Silkworm, Honeybee etc..), CAAS.

09/2013-06/2016 Master of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, China Jiliang University.

09/2009-06/2013 Bachelor of Science, Biotechnology, Henan Polytechnic University.


2016    An excellent master dissertation of China Jiliang University

2013    An excellent master dissertation of Henan Polytechnic University


1. Hongliang Li, Fan Wu, Jing Tan, Kai Wang, Cuiping Zhang, Huoqing Zheng, Fuliang Hu. Caffeic acid phenethyl ester exhibiting distinctive binding interaction with human serum albumin implies the pharmacokinetic basis of propolis bioactive components. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2016, 122: 21−28.

2. WU Fan, HUANG Jun-Jun, TAN Jing, TANG Ming-Zhu, LI Hong-Liang. Molecular cloning, prokaryotic expression and lignand-binding characterization of a novel pheromone binding protein OBP10 in Apis cerana cerana (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Acta Entomologica Sinica, 2016, 59( 1) : 25−32.

3. Hongliang Li, Fan Wu, Lei Zhao, Jing Tan, Hongtao Jiang, Fuliang Hu. Neonicotinoid insecticide interact with honeybee odorant-binding protein, implication for olfactory dysfunction [J]. International journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2015, 81: 624-630.

4. WU Fan, ZHANG Xiao-man, ZHAO Lei, CUI Xu-hong, LI Hong-liang, LUO Chen. Binding Characterization of Chemosensory Protein CSP1 in the Bemisia tabaci Biotype Q with Plant Volatiles. Scientia Agricultura Sinica, 2015, 48(10):1955-1961

Last update: December 8, 2017

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