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Occurrence, distribution, and risk assessment of antibiotics in the surface water of Poyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake in China.
SPE-UPLC-MS/MS was used to investigate the occurrence of 18 target antibiotics in the surface water of Poyang Lake over different seasons of 2014-2015. The maximum concentrations of sulfadiazine,Expand
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Simultaneous removal and degradation characteristics of sulfonamide, tetracycline, and quinolone antibiotics by laccase-mediated oxidation coupled with soil adsorption.
The uses of laccase in the degradation and removal of antibiotics have recently been reported because of the high efficiency and environmental friendliness of laccase. However, these removal studiesExpand
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Trait-based community assembly of aquatic macrophytes along a water depth gradient in a freshwater lake
Trait-based approaches provide a framework for integrating the distribution of functional traits associated with ecological strategies into the responses of plant community dynamics alongExpand
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A functional-trait approach reveals community diversity and assembly processes responses to flood disturbance in a subtropical wetland
Despite the strong effects of disturbance on plant community diversity and assembly, we do not fully understand how different aspects of taxonomic or functional diversity respond to disturbance orExpand
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Occurrence and spatial distributions of microcystins in Poyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake in China
Occurrence and spatial distributions of microcystins (MCs; MC-RR, -YR, -LR, -LA, -LF, -LW) in Poyang Lake were studied during the period from July 6 to July 18, 2012, by using ultra-high-performanceExpand
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Functional traits composition predict macrophytes community productivity along a water depth gradient in a freshwater lake
Functional trait composition of plant communities has been proposed as a helpful key for understanding the mechanisms of biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning. In this study, we applied aExpand
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Submerged Macrophytes Exhibit Different Phosphorus Stoichiometric Homeostasis
Phosphorus (P) is a limiting element in many aquatic ecosystems. Excessive P input often leads to cyanobacterial bloom, thus triggering ecological imbalances and a series of environmental problems.Expand
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Predicting Changes in Macrophyte Community Structure from Functional Traits in a Freshwater Lake: A Test of Maximum Entropy Model
Trait-based approaches have been widely applied to investigate how community dynamics respond to environmental gradients. In this study, we applied a series of maximum entropy (maxent) modelsExpand
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Formation of tectonic peperites from alkaline magmas intruded into wet sediments in the Beiya area, western Yunnan, China
Tertiary (3.78 Ma to 3.65 Ma) biotite-K-feldspar porphyritic bodies intrude Tertiary, poorly consolidated lacustrine sedimentary rocks in the Beiya mineral district in southwestern China. TheExpand
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Nitrogen/carbon metabolism in response to NH4+ pulse for two submersed macrophytes
Abstract Occasional and sharp increase in NH 4 + availability due to massive input of sewage and agricultural runoff is not uncommon in inland aquatic systems; and its aftermath effects on the systemExpand
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