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Phytoplankton growth and microzooplankton grazing in the continental shelf area of northeastern South China Sea after Typhoon Fengshen
Tolerance and bioaccumulation of Cd and Cu in Sesuvium portulacastrum.
Effects of artificial substrates on the growth, survival and spatial distribution of Litopenaeus vannamei in the intensive culture condition
It is suggested that the differences of growth and survival were affected mainly by living space added with the addition of artificial substrates, and thus alleviate the negative effect of high stocking density on shrimp growth in the tanks.
The complete mitochondrial genome of the Zig-zag eel Mastacembelus armatus (Teleostei, Mastacembelidae)
- Qiang Li, R. Xu, H. Shu, Qian Chen, Jianrong Huang
- BiologyMitochondrial DNA. Part A, DNA mapping…
- 2 January 2016
The mitochondrial genome is 16,486 bp in length, including 13 protein-coding genes, 2 ribosomal RNAs, 22 transfer RNAs and a noncoding control region as those found in other vertebrates, with the gene identical to that of typical vertebrates.
What type of Bt corn is suitable for a region with diverse lepidopteran pests: A laboratory evaluation
The findings suggest that the first generation Bt corn expressing single Cry1 toxin should not be the first choice because of the potential risk of control failure or less efficacy against H. armigera, A. ypsilon or M. separate.
Baseline susceptibility and resistance allele frequency in Ostrinia furnacalis related to Cry1 toxins in the Huanghuaihai summer corn region of China.
- Guoping Li, Jianrong Huang, Tingjie Ji, Caihong Tian, Xin-Cheng Zhao, H. Feng
- Medicine, BiologyPest management science
- 10 July 2020
Fifteen populations of O. furnacalis collected in the Huanghuaihai summer corn region of China were all susceptible to Cry1Ab, Cry1Ac and Cry1F toxins and the susceptibility had no significant variation among these O. Furnacalis populations, providing essential knowledge for making decision of commercialization of Bt maize and for monitoring resistance development and evaluating resistance management strategies in the future.
Tolerance and bioaccumulation of combined copper, zinc, and cadmium in Sesuvium portulacastrum.
Potential utilization of terrestrially derived dissolved organic matter by aquatic microbial communities in saline lakes
This study provides new insights into a microbial role in transforming tDOM in saline lakes and has important implications for understanding the carbon cycle in aquatic environments.
COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND ABUNDANCE OF TINTINNIDS IN THE BAY OF BENGAL DURING THE SPRING
- Huaxue Liu, Gang Li, Liangmin Huang, Jianrong Huang, Z. Ke, Yehui Tan
- Environmental Science
- 20 September 2012
Tintinnids abundance was positively correlated to chlorophyll a concentration (p<0.01), indicating the vertical distribution of the tintin nids community was regulated by available food resource.
Distinct co-occurrence patterns of prokaryotic community between the waters and sediments in lakes with different salinity.
- Jian Yang, Hongchen Jiang, Xiaoxi Sun, Jianrong Huang, Mingxian Han, Beichen Wang
- Environmental ScienceFEMS microbiology ecology
- 18 November 2020
The results expand the knowledge of the mechanisms underlying prokaryotic community assembly and co-occurrence relationships in saline lakes with different salinity by using Illumina sequencing.