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Phylogenetic investigation on five genera of tintinnid ciliates (Ciliophora, Choreotrichia), based on the small subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences
The main results show that all tintinnids analyzed belong to a single assemblage, and Stenosemella and Codonellopsis are clearly most related and possibly even merged into one genus regarding their similar morphology and molecular analyses.
Redescriptions of three tintinnid ciliates, Tintinnopsis tocantinensis, T. radix, and T. cylindrica (ciliophora, spirotrichea), from coastal waters off China.
Detailed ciliary patterns of T. tocantinensis and T. radix are reported here for the first time, comprising a ventral, dorsal, and posterior kinety as well as a right, left, and lateral ciliary field.
Identification of quantitative trait loci associated with low boron stress that regulate root and shoot growth in Brassica napus seedlings
The present analyses show the profound and varied effects of B on B. napus and studies on QTL related to B efficiency will help to locate candidate genes and elucidate possible functions of B-efficiency-related QTL.
The morphology, morphogenesis and SSrRNA gene sequence of a new marine ciliate, Diophrys apoligothrix spec. nov. (Ciliophora; Euplotida).
Based on the morphological, morphogenetic and SSrRNA gene sequence data, it was concluded that D. apoligothrix is a well-outlined and distinctive member of the genus Diophrys.
Analysis of genetic factors that control shoot mineral concentrations in rapeseed (Brassica napus) in different boron environments
Results revealed that genetic factors control mineral homeostasis in plants and multigenes involving ion transport are required to regulate mineral balance in plants under conditions of diverse nutrient stress.
Structural composition and temporal variation of the ciliate community in relation to environmental factors at Helgoland Roads, North Sea
The results from both univariate and multivariate analyses indicate that water temperature and various inorganic nutrients might not directly control the temporal dynamics of the ciliate community but indirectly influence it via the food availability.
Application of exogenous substances reduces tobacco-specific nitrosamines content by regulating biosynthesis of nicotine and nitrite in burley tobacco
Tobacco-specific nitrosamines (TSNAs) are carcinogenic chemicals found in tobacco plants. The increasing health consciousness of individuals had led to an increased interest in research on reducing
A survey of ciliates at the long-term sampling station “Helgoland Roads”, North Sea
The present study is not only the first detailed and updated list of ciliates at Helgoland Roads, but also provides information on seasonality, i.e. the temporal variation of species composition, abundance and carbon biomass as well as information on the biogeographic distribution of dominant ciliate in comparison with other relevant studies.
Screening and characterisation of potential antioxidant, hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic components revealed in Portulaca oleracea via multi-target affinity ultrafiltration LC-MS and molecular docking.
  • Hui Zhang, Guilin Chen, Jinpeng Yang, Chunlei Yang, Mingquan Guo
  • Medicine
    Phytochemical analysis : PCA
  • 1 September 2021
P. oleracea can be used as a functional food with excellent antioxidant, hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects and its integrated strategy based on multi-target UF-LC-MS and molecular docking provided a powerful tool and a multidimensional perspective for further exploration of active ingredients in P. Oleracea.
Spatial patterns and co-occurrence networks of microbial communities related to environmental heterogeneity in deep-sea surface sediments around Yap Trench, Western Pacific Ocean.
An extensive and systematic sequencing survey of surface sediments around Yap Trench in the Western Pacific Ocean is conducted, providing insight into microbial responses to environmental heterogeneity in deep-sea benthic ecosystems.