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Structural and functional control of the eukaryotic mRNA decapping machinery.
Ant mounds alter spatial and temporal patterns of CO2, CH4 and N2O emissions from a marsh soil
Delimiting species of Protaphorura (Collembola: Onychiuridae): integrative evidence based on morphology, DNA sequences and geography
- Xin Sun, Feng Zhang, Yin-Huan Ding, Thomas W. Davies, Yu Li, Dong-hui Wu
- BiologyScientific Reports
- 15 August 2017
The potential benefits of integrative taxonomy, particularly simultaneous use of molecular/geographical tools, are highlighted as a powerful way of ascertaining the true diversity of the Onychiuridae.
Soil Warming Elevates the Abundance of Collembola in the Songnen Plain of China
The effect of soil warming and precipitation control in the context of soil warming on Collembola community was studied in Songnen grassland, China. Treatments included (1) control; (2) soil warming;…
Changes in diversity and body size of Onychiurinae (Collembola: Onychiuridae) along an altitudinal gradient in Changbai Mountain, China
- Xin Sun, L. Deharveng, A. Bedòs, Liang Chang, S. Scheu, Dong-hui Wu
- Environmental ScienceSoil Ecology Letters
- 15 June 2020
The results suggest that the distribution patterns of Collembola along the altitudinal gradient are complicated and may be linked to taxonomic groups and bioclimatic zones.
Contributions of ant mounds to soil carbon and nitrogen pools in a marsh wetland of Northeastern China
Biogenic structures of two ant species Formica sanguinea and Lasius flavus altered soil C, N and P distribution in a meadow wetland of the Sanjiang Plain, China
Relative roles of spatial factors, environmental filtering and biotic interactions in fine-scale structuring of a soil mite community
Daytime warming has stronger negative effects on soil nematodes than night-time warming
- Xiumin Yan, Kehong Wang, Lihong Song, Xuefeng Wang, Dong-hui Wu
- MedicineScientific reports
- 20 March 2017
It is suggested that daily minimum temperature and warming induced drying are most important factors affecting soil nematode community under the current global asymmetric warming.