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姓    名:
蔡晨阳
性    别:
职    务:
 
职    称:
副研究员
通讯地址:
南京市北京东路39号 中科院南京古生物所
邮政编码:
210008
电子邮件:
cycai@nigpas.ac.cn

 简历:
 

蔡晨阳,1988年生,江苏兴化人。现任中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所副研究员、英国皇家学会牛顿国际学者。20107月毕业于山东农业大学,获理学学士学位。20157月于中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所获得博士学位。曾在美国Field博物馆访问学者奖学金和哈佛大学Ernst Mayr基金等资助下多次赴美国、法国、瑞士和澳大利亚的博物馆和科研院所访问交流并开展合作研究。主要研究成果包括: 一、昆虫亲代抚育的起源:系统研究了道虎沟生物群、热河生物群和缅甸琥珀中的葬甲化石,将该科化石记录提前了1.3亿年。通过对化石葬甲触角末端密布微型化学感受器的研究,证明中侏罗世葬甲是已知最古老的大自然清道夫。早白垩世葬甲腹背板发育两列发音锉,是葬甲抚育后代的关键构造,代表了已知最早的亚社会性昆虫(Cai et al., 2014, P.N.A.S.)。 二、白垩纪中期缅甸琥珀内含物的研究:率先在国内开展缅甸琥珀生物群的研究,将激光共聚焦和荧光显微技术推广应用于琥珀内含物的研究(Cai & Huang, 2014, Naturwissenschaften);证明白垩纪中期专性菌食甲虫的多样性(Cai et al., 2016, Proceedings B);发现缅甸琥珀中严格与白蚁共生的甲虫,揭示早期昆虫复杂的社会性寄生行为(Cai et al., 2017, Current Biology);系统研究了缅甸琥珀中多样性的蘑菇化石,并对严格取食菌类的巨须隐翅虫进行了功能形态学研究,论证了早白垩世蘑菇的多样性,并将蘑菇的演化历史推前了2000万年(Cai et al., 2017, Nature Communications);在缅甸琥珀中发现了一类独特的扁甲和它取食的苏铁花粉,证明了甲虫与苏铁之间传粉关系的建立不晚于侏罗纪早期,远早于被子植物及其传粉者的起源和兴盛(Cai et al., 2018, Current Biology)。目前已发表学术论文共计110余篇;其中第一和通讯作者SCI论文63篇,第一作者Nature Index论文6篇,以及第三作者Nature两篇,Nature Ecology & Evolution一篇。

 

 研究领域:
 

1. 将系统发育基因组学、分子钟理论和特异埋藏生物群相结合,探讨昆虫的起源和早期演化历史及其与环境的关系。

2. 特异埋藏生物群(燕辽生物群、热河生物群和缅甸琥珀生物群)中陆生节肢动物的分类系统学、生物地理学和行为学研究。

 社会任职:
 

 获奖及荣誉:
 

1. 2018年,入选江苏省“333工程培养对象(第三层次)

2. 2017年,入选中国科学院青年创新促进会会员

3. 2017年,英国皇家学会牛顿国际学者(Newton International Fellowship

4. 2016年,中国科学院优秀博士学位论文奖

5. 2015年,江苏省科学技术一等奖(4/8

6. 2014年,中国科学院院长特别奖

 承担科研项目情况:
 

1. 国家自然科学基金青年科学基金项目,2017.01~2019.12,主持

2. 江苏省自然科学基金青年基金项目,2016.07~2019.06,主持

3. 现代古生物学和地层学国家重点实验室基础项目,2016.07~2019.06,主持

4. 中国科学院B类先导科技专项(XDB26000000),2018.08~2022.12,子课题负责人

 代表论著:
 

 

代表论著:

目前已发表学术论文共计110余篇;其中第一和通讯作者SCI论文63篇。论文目录和电子版PDF详见:https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chenyang_Cai

 

代表性论文(10篇):

1.        Cai, C., Escalona, H.E., Li, L., Yin, Z., Huang, D., Engel, M.S., 2018. Beetle pollination of cycads in the Mesozoic. Current Biology 28(17), 2806–2812.

1.        Cai, C., Leschen, R.A.B., Hibbett, D.S., Xia, F., Huang, D., 2017. Mycophagous rove beetles highlight diverse mushrooms in the Cretaceous. Nature Communications 8, 14894. doi: 10.1038/ncomms14894.

2.        Cai, C., Engel, M.S., Newton, A.F., Eldredge, K.T., Huang, D., 2017. Early evolution of specialized termitophily in Cretaceous rove beetles. Current Biology 27(8), 1229–1235.

3.        Cai, C., Thayer, M.K., Engel, M.S., Newton, A.F., Ortega-Blanco, J., Wang, B., Wang, X., Huang, D., 2014. Early origin of parental care in Mesozoic carrion beetles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 111(39), 14170–14174.

4.        Cai, C., Newton, A.F., Thayer, M.K., Leschen, R.A.B., Huang, D., 2016. Specialized proteinine rove beetles shed light on insect–fungal associations in the Cretaceous. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283, 20161439.

5.        Zhou, Y., Caterino, M.S., ?lipiński, A., Cai, C.*, 2018. Cretohisteridae, a new beetle family from the Early Cretaceous of China, and its implications for the early evolution of the basal group of Histeroidea (Coleoptera). Systematic Entomology DOI: 10.1111/syen.12300.

6.        Yin, Z., Cai, C.*, Huang, D., Li, L., 2017. Specialized adaptations for springtail predation in Mesozoic beetles. Scientific Reports 7, 98. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-00187-8.

7.        Cai, C., Beattie, R., Huang, D., 2015. Jurassic olisthaerine rove beetles (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae), 165 million years of morphological and probably behavioral stasis. Gondwana Research 28, 425–431.

8.        Huang, D., Nel, A., Cai, C., Lin, Q., Engel, M.S., 2013. Amphibious flies and paedomorphism in the Jurassic period. Nature 495, 94–97.

9.        Huang, D., Engel, M.S., Cai, C., Wu, H., Nel, A., 2012. Diverse transitional giant fleas from the Mesozoic era of China. Nature 483, 201–204.

10.    Huang, D., Hormiga, G., Cai, C., Su, Y., Yin, Z., Xia, F., Giribet, G., 2018. Origin of spiders and their spinning organs illuminated by mid-Cretaceous amber fossils. Nature Ecology & Evolution 2(4), 623–627.

 

最近论文(2018年)

1.        Yin, Z., Parker, J., Cai, C.*, Huang, D., Li, L., 2018. A new stem bythinine in Cretaceous Burmese amber and early evolution of specialized predatory behavior in pselaphine rove beetles (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae). Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 16(7), 531–541.

2.        Cai, C., ?lipiński, A., Leschen, R.A.B., Yin, Z., Zhuo, D., Huang, D., 2018. The first Mesozoic Jacobson's beetle (Coleoptera, Jacobsoniidae) in Cretaceous Burmese amber and biogeographic stasis. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 16(7), 543–550.

3.        Huang, D., Hormiga, G., Cai, C., Su, Y., Yin, Z., Xia, F., Giribet, G., 2018. Origin of spiders and their spinning organs illuminated by mid-Cretaceous amber fossils. Nature Ecology & Evolution 2(4), 623–627.

4.        Yin, Z., Cai, C.*, Huang, D., 2018. Last major gap in scydmaenine evolution filled (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). Cretaceous Research 84, 62–68.

5.        Yin, Z., Cai, C., Huang, D., 2018. New zorapterans (Zoraptera) from Burmese amber suggest higher paleodiversity of the order in tropical forests. Cretaceous Research 84, 168–172.

6.        Cai, C., Thayer, M.K., Newton, A.F., Yin, Z., Huang, D., 2018. A new genus of dasycerine rove beetles from Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber and its phylogenetic implications (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae) Cretaceous Research 84, 431–436.

7.        Cai, C., Huang, D., 2018. First fossil thaneroclerid beetle from mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber (Coleoptera: Cleroidea: Thanerocleridae). Alcheringa 42(1), 115–119.

8.        Engel, M.S., Huang, D., Cai, C., Alqarni, A.S., 2018. A new lineage of braconid wasps in Burmese Cenomanian amber (Hymenoptera, Braconidae). ZooKeys 730, 73–84.

9.        Fu, Y., Cai, C., Huang, D., 2018. A new fossil sinoalid species from the Middle Jurassic Daohugou beds (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cercopoidea). Alcheringa 42(1), 94–100.

10.    Yin, Z., Cai, C.*, Newton, A.F., 2018. Beetle with long ‘nose’—A bizarre stem scydmaenine in amber from Myanmar (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Scydmaeninae). Cretaceous Research 89, 98–106.

11.    Cai, C., Maier, C.A., Huang, D., 2018. A new riffle beetle in Upper Cretaceous amber from northern Myanmar (Coleoptera: Elmidae). Cretaceous Research 89, 154–159.

12.    Cai, C., Huang, D., 2018. First amber inclusion of a glaresid beetle from the Upper Cretaceous of Myanmar (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea). Cretaceous Research 90, 115–119.

13.    Yin, Z., Cai, C.*, Huang, D., 2018. A potentially diverse fauna of springtail-hunting scydmaenines during the late Mesozoic (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Scydmaeninae). Cretaceous Research 90, 163–167.

14.    Huang, D., Cai, C., Nel, A., 2018. New damsel-dragonflies with “calopterygid”-like wing shape from the Middle Jurassic of China (Odonata: Isophlebioidea: Campterophlebiidae). Geobios 51(3), 181–186.

15.    Cai, C., Yin, Z., Huang, D., 2018. A new ripiphorid beetle from Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber sheds light on early evolution of the extant subfamily Ripidiinae (Coleoptera: Ripiphoridae). Comptes rendus Palevol 17(6), 351–356.

16.    Cai, C., Huang, D., 2018. First Mesozoic water-penny beetles from Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber (Coleoptera: Psephenidae). Cretaceous Research 91, 202–207.

17.    Yin, Z., Cai, C., Huang, D., Engel, M.S., 2018. Zorotypus dilaticeps sp. nov., a remarkable zorapteran (Zoraptera) in mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber. Cretaceous Research 91, 126–130.

18.    Cai, C., Escalona, H.E., Li, L., Yin, Z., Huang, D., Engel, M.S., 2018. Beetle pollination of cycads in the Mesozoic. Current Biology 28(17), 2806–2812.

19.    蔡晨阳, 2018.探寻恐龙时代的蘑菇. 大自然 5, 24–27.

20.    Huang, D., Cai, C., Nel, A., 2018. A new damsel-dragonfly of the small family Selenothemistidae from the Late Jurassic of China (Odonata, Isophlebioptera). Journal of Paleontology 92(6), 1049–1053.

21.    Yin, Z., Cai, C.*, 2018. A new fossil species of Euroleptochromus Ja?oszyński (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Scydmaeninae) from Eocene Baltic amber. Zootaxa 4500(1), 146–150.

22.    Yin, Z., Zhou, D., Cai, C.*, 2018. The genus Scydmobisetia Ja?oszyński & Yamamoto, 2016 in Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Scydmaeninae). Entomologische Bl?tter und Coleoptera 114, 483–490.

23.    Liu, Z., Huang, D., Cai, C., Wang, X., 2018. The core eudicot boom registered in Myanmar amber. Scientific Reports 8(1), 16765. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-35100-4.

24.    Zhou, Y., Caterino, M.S., ?lipiński, A., Cai, C.*, 2018. Cretohisteridae, a new beetle family from the Early Cretaceous of China, and its implications for the early evolution of the basal group of Histeroidea (Coleoptera). Systematic Entomology 43, 716–728.

25.    Cai, C., Huang, D., Wu, F., Zhao, M., Wang, N., 2018. Tertiary water striders (Hemiptera, Gerromorpha, Gerridae) from the central Tibetan Plateau and their palaeobiogeographic implications. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences DOI: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2017.12.014

26.    Cai, C., Huang, D., 2018. First boganiine beetle in mid-Cretaceous amber from northern Myanmar (Coleoptera: Boganiidae). Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. DOI: 10.1016/j.pgeola.2018.09.004

27.    Cai, C., Fu, Y., Huang, D., 2018. A large artematopodid beetle (Coleoptera: Elateroidea: Artematopodidae) from the Early Cretaceous of China and its systematic position. Cretaceous Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2018.10.009

28.    Su, Y., Cai, C., Huang, D., 2019. Revision of Phryssonotus burmiticus (Diplopoda, Polyxenida, Synxenidae) in mid-Cretaceous amber from Myanmar. Cretaceous Research 93, 216–224.

29.    Fu, Y., Cai, C., Huang, D., 2019. First hairy cicadas in mid-Cretaceous amber from northern Myanmar (Hemiptera: Cicadoidea: Tettigarctidae). Cretaceous Research 93, 285–291.

30.    Wegierek, P., Cai, C., Huang, D., 2019. New genera and species of aphids (Hemiptera, Aphidomorpha, Burmitaphididae) in mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber. Cretaceous Research 93, 318–329.

 

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