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Genetic linkage maps are essential for molecular breeding program. The first genetic linkage map of Pinus koraiensis, using an F1 progeny of 94 individuals, was constructed in the present paper. One hundred and twenty-two molecular markers were mapped onto 11 linkage groups, 1 triple and 8 pairs at the linkage criteria LOD 4.0. Among these markers, there(More)
Indigo carmine is a typical recalcitrant dye which is widely used in textile dyeing processes. Laccases are versatile oxidases showing strong ability to eliminate hazardous dyes from wastewater. However, most laccases require the participation of mediators for efficient decolorization of indigo carmine. Here we describe the improvement of the decolorization(More)
In order to analyze the Bovine Serum Albumin role's in ITS-PCR technique. We observed the improvement of ITS-PCR application through added BSA in PCR systems. The result shown: In fungi ITS-PCR analysis process, adding BSA should improve the ITS-PCR amplification effect notably and reduce the amount of Taq enzymes, the best use concentration of BSA of 2(More)
To understand the genetic mechanisms underlying the endangerment of Pinus koraiensis, we studied the mating system of 49 families of this species in 3 natural populations along its post-glacial colonization route across ~1500 km in northeastern China using the chloroplast simple sequence repeat technique. We analyzed 11 polymorphic loci with clear and(More)
Changbai Mountain, with intact montane vertical vegetation belts, is located at a sensitive area of global climate change and a central distribution area of Korean pine forest. Broad-leaved Korean pine mixed forest (Pinus koraiensis as an edificator) is the most representative zonal climax vegetation in the humid region of northeastern China; their vertical(More)
Patterns of precipitation have changed as a result of climate change and will potentially keep changing in the future. Therefore, it is critical to understand how ecosystem processes will respond to the variation of precipitation. However, compared to aboveground processes, the effects of precipitation change on soil microorganisms remain poorly understood.(More)
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