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Humpback Dolphins in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta: Status, Threats and Conservation Challenges.
Phylogeography of the finless porpoise (genus Neophocaena): testing the stepwise divergence hypothesis in the northwestern Pacific
- Wenzhi Lin, C. Frère, Leszek Karczmarski, J. Xia, D. Gui, Yuping Wu
- Biology, Environmental ScienceScientific Reports
- 10 October 2014
The results suggest that the current patterns of genetic diversity of Neophocaena vary at a hierarchy on a temporal and spatial scale, and phylogeographic history should be taken into account when examining species population structure and taxonomy.
Bioaccumulation and biomagnification of persistent organic pollutants in Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins (Sousa chinensis) from the Pearl River Estuary, China.
De novo Assembly of the Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin Leucocyte Transcriptome to Identify Putative Genes Involved in the Aquatic Adaptation and Immune Response
This study represented the first transcriptome analysis of the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin, an endangered species, and will provide valuable sequence information for discovery of new genes, characterization of gene expression, investigation of various pathways and adaptive evolution, as well as identification of genetic markers.
Mercury and Selenium in Stranded Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins and Implications for Their Trophic Transfer in Food Chains
The studies suggested that S. chinensis might have the potential to detoxify Hg via the demethylation of MeHg and the formation of tiemannite in the liver and kidney and the potential protective effects of Se against the toxicities of accumulated THg.
STRUCTURE AND DENSITY OF THE PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY OF MIYUN RESERVOIR
- D. Gui
- Environmental Science
This 1998 research found that the structure of the Miyun reservoir phytoplankton community was of a diatom green algae type, and the cell density is 358.76×10 4·L -1 . The nutritive peculiarity…
Hexavalent chromium induces oxidative stress and mitochondria-mediated apoptosis in isolated skin fibroblasts of Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin.
Spatiotemporal Trends of Heavy Metals in Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins (Sousa chinensis) from the Western Pearl River Estuary, China.
The elevated metal exposure in the western Pearl River Estuary raises serious concerns, and generalized additive mixed models showed that most metals had significant but dissimilar temporal trends over a 10-year period.
Bioaccumulation behavior and spatiotemporal trends of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins from the Pearl River Estuary, China.