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Genetic diversity and sampling strategy of Scutellaria baicalensis germplasm resources based on ISSR
Destruction in wild resource and decline in genetic diversity of Scutellaria baicalensis are becoming a big problem urgently needed be dealt in China. To help efficiently utilize and conserve thisExpand
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EMS1 and BRI1 control separate biological processes via extracellular domain diversity and intracellular domain conservation
In flowering plants, EMS1 (Excess Microsporocytes 1) perceives TPD1 (Tapetum Determinant 1) to specify tapeta, the last somatic cell layer nurturing pollen development. However, the signalingExpand
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Modeling habitat distribution of Cornus officinalis with Maxent modeling and fuzzy logics in China
Aims Predicting suitable habitat distribution is an effective way to protect rare or endangered medicinal plants. Cornus officinalis is a perennial tree growing in forest edge and its air-driedExpand
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Next-generation sequencing and bioinformatic approaches to detect and analyze influenza virus in ferrets.
INTRODUCTION Conventional methods used to detect and characterize influenza viruses in biological samples face multiple challenges due to the diversity of subtypes and high dissimilarity of emergingExpand
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Predicting suitable cultivation regions of medicinal plants with Maxent modeling and fuzzy logics: a case study of Scutellaria baicalensis in China
Scientific prediction of suitable cultivation regions is an effective way for the assessment of habitat suitability and resource conservation to protect endangered medicinal plants. In recent years,Expand
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Heterogeneous virulence of pandemic 2009 influenza H1N1 virus in mice
BackgroundUnderstanding the pathogenesis of influenza infection is a key factor leading to the prevention and control of future outbreaks. Pandemic 2009 Influenza H1N1 infection, although frequentlyExpand
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Chinese Cornus officinalis: genetic resources, genetic diversity and core collection
Cornus officinalis is plant species that is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine. To help the efficient utilization and conservation of this species, the genetic diversity of 73 germplasmExpand
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Genetic and clinical assessment of 2009 pandemic influenza in southern China.
INTRODUCTION South China has a proven role in the global epidemiology of previous influenza outbreaks due to its dual seasonal pattern. We present the virologic, genetic and clinical characterizationExpand
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Ecological effects on phenotypic, cytological and biochemical diversity of Cornus officinalis germplasm resources in China and USA
Abstract Cornus officinalis is a small deciduous tree with significant medicinal values. To explore the ecological effects on phenotypic, cytological and biochemical diversity of medicinal plants, weExpand
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Less Conserved LRRs Is Important for BRI1 Folding
Brassinosteroid insensitive 1 (BRI1) is a multidomain plant leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinase (LRR-RLK), belongs to the LRR X subfamily. BRI1 perceives plant hormone brassinosteroids (BRs)Expand
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