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Moisture content in Dall's porpoise (Phocoenoides dalli) tissues: a reference base for conversion factors between dry and wet weight trace element concentrations in cetaceans.
Concentration of trace elements measured by dry weight basis has become more commonly used in recent studies on cetaceans than wet weight basis, which was used more in earlier studies. Because fewExpand
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Relative effects of climatic and local factors on fire occurrence in boreal forest landscapes of northeastern China.
Fire significantly affects species composition, structure, and ecosystem processes in boreal forests. Our study objective was to identify the relative effects of climate, vegetation, topography, andExpand
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Concrete with recycled concrete aggregate and crushed clay bricks
Abstract In the last two decades, a variety of recycling methods for construction and demolition wastes (CDW) have been developed. For instance, as one of the major components in CDW, concrete rubbleExpand
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Fabrication and surface modification of macroporous poly(L-lactic acid) and poly(L-lactic-co-glycolic acid) (70/30) cell scaffolds for human skin fibroblast cell culture.
  • J. Yang, Guixin Shi, +5 authors W. Wang
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of biomedical materials research
  • 5 December 2002
The fabrication and surface modification of a porous cell scaffold are very important in tissue engineering. Of most concern are high-density cell seeding, nutrient and oxygen supply, and cellExpand
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Biphase stratification approach to three-dimensional dendritic biodegradable mesoporous silica nanospheres.
A kind of novel uniform monodispersed three-dimensional dendritic mesoporous silica nanospheres (3D-dendritic MSNSs) has been successfully synthesized for the first time. The 3D-dendritic MSNSs canExpand
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Mercury Removal by Magnetic Biochar Derived from Simultaneous Activation and Magnetization of Sawdust.
Novel magnetic biochars (MBC) were prepared by one-step pyrolysis of FeCl3-laden biomass and employed for Hg0 removal in simulated combustion flue gas. The sample characterization indicated thatExpand
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Molecular research and genetic engineering of resistance to Verticillium wilt in cotton: A review
Verticillium dahliae, a soil-borne pathogen, causes Verticillium wilt, one of the most serious diseases in cotton, deleteriously influencing crop’s production and quality. Verticillium wilt hasExpand
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Enhanced cell affinity of poly (D,L-lactide) by combining plasma treatment with collagen anchorage.
Surface properties of poly (D,L-lactide) (PDLLA) were modified by combining plasma treatment and collagen modification. The changes of surface properties were characterized by contact angles, surfaceExpand
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The Gastrodia elata genome provides insights into plant adaptation to heterotrophy
We present the 1.06 Gb sequenced genome of Gastrodia elata, an obligate mycoheterotrophic plant, which contains 18,969 protein-coding genes. Many genes conserved in other plant species have beenExpand
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Life history of Coilia nasus from the Yellow Sea inferred from otolith Sr:Ca ratios
The habitat use and migratory patterns of the estuarine tapertail anchovy, Coilia nasus, from three sites near- or off-shore of the Yellow Sea, were studied by examining the environmental signaturesExpand
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