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Identifying response groups of soil nitrifiers and denitrifiers to grazing and associated soil environmental drivers in Tibetan alpine meadows
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This approach demonstrates the usefulness of the concept of response groups to better characterize and understand (de)nitrifier response to grazing. Expand
De novo transcriptome assembly and development of SSR markers of oaks Quercus austrocochinchinensis and Q. kerrii (Fagaceae)
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This study provides a set of useful SSR markers and can enable further functional and comparative genomic research on the Quercus subgenus Cyclobalanopsis. Expand
Introgression Threatens the Genetic Diversity of Quercus austrocochinchinensis (Fagaceae), an Endangered Oak: A Case Inferred by Molecular Markers
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A clear genetic differentiation in the populations and subpopulations of Q. austrocochinchinensis and ongoing introgression between Q. kerrii is revealed and the conservation of subpopulation D2 should be prioritized. Expand
Geographical isolation and environmental heterogeneity contribute to the spatial genetic patterns of Quercus kerrii (Fagaceae)
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Investigation of the spatial genetic patterns and distribution dynamics of Quercus kerrii, a dominant evergreen oak inhabiting southwest China lowland evergreen-broadleaved forests, provides new insights into the historical dynamics of subtropical EBLFs and the changing biota of southwest China. Expand
Phylogeography of Thlaspi arvense (Brassicaceae) in China Inferred from Chloroplast and Nuclear DNA Sequences and Ecological Niche Modeling
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It is suggested that the T. arvense populations in China are a mixture of diverged subpopulations as inferred by hT/vT test and positive Tajima’s D values, and a relatively large shared area of suitable environmental conditions between the Last Glacial Maximum and the present time recognized by MaxEnt software reject the sudden expansion population model. Expand
Diversity of Th1/Th2 immunity in mice with acute lung injury induced by the H1N1 influenza virus and lipopolysaccharides.
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The polarization of T helper (Th) cells in mice was skewed depending on whether ALI was induced by the influenza virus or LPS, and there was conspicuous disparity in the inflammatory cell infiltration and cytokines between the virus- and LPS-challenged mice. Expand
Complete mitochondrial genome of javeline goby (Synechogobius hasta)
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The complete mitogenome of Synechogobius hasta may provide important date set for the study of genetic mechanism of S. hasta. Expand
Floristic Study of the Rare and Endangered Plants in Jiuding Mountain Nature Reserve
There are about 25 species of rare and endangered plants in the Jiuding Mountain Nature Reserve. 32.5% of all the rare and endangered plant species in Sichuan Province and 6.6% of such taxa in China.Expand
Genomic analysis of field pennycress (Thlaspi arvense) provides insights into mechanisms of adaptation to high elevation
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The results provide a genome-wide perspective of how plants adapt to distinct environmental conditions across extreme elevation differences and the potential for further follow-up research with extensive data from additional populations and species. Expand
The complete mitochondrial genome sequence and phylogenetic position of Sinocyclocheilus xiaotunensis (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae)
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The complete mitochondrial DNA genome of Sinocyclocheilus xiaotunensis was first reported by next-generation sequencing method and the nucleotide composition was made up of 32.3% A, 25.0% T, 27.2% C, and 15.5% G, indicating an A + T(57.3%) content is greater than C‬+‬G(42.7%). Expand
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