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Bacterial communities in manures of piglets and adult pigs bred with different feeds revealed by 16S rDNA 454 pyrosequencing
Pyrosequencing-based analysis was used to characterize and compare bacterial communities in manure samples of piglets (GSPM) and adult pigs (GBPM) bred with green feeds without additives, and pigletsExpand
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Characterization of Bacterial Communities in Sediments Receiving Various Wastewater Effluents with High-Throughput Sequencing Analysis
Abstract454 Pyrosequencing was applied to examine bacterial communities in sediment samples collected from a river receiving effluent discharge from rural domestic sewage (RDS) and various factories,Expand
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Response of microbial communities to pesticide residues in soil restored with Azolla imbricata
Under conditions of Azolla imbricata restoration, the high-throughput sequencing technology was employed to determine change trends of microbial community structures in the soil that had undergoneExpand
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Effects of Farmhouse Hotel and Paper Mill Effluents on Bacterial Community Structures in Sediment and Surface Water of Nanxi River, China
The pyrosequencing technique was used to evaluate bacterial community structures in sediment and surface water samples taken from Nanxi River receiving effluents from a paper mill and a farmhouseExpand
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Synergistic effects of key parameters on the fate of antibiotic resistance genes during swine manure composting.
Livestock manure is a reservoir of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs), posing a potential risk to environment and human health. However, there has been no optimization study about the comprehensiveExpand
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Effect of passivator on Cu form transformation in pig manure aerobic composting and application in soil
A sequential extraction approach was used to evaluate the effects of various combinations of passivators (sepiolite, phosphate rock, and coal fly ash) on the concentration and speciation of Cu inExpand
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Restoration using Azolla imbricata increases nitrogen functional bacterial groups and genes in soil
Microbial groups are major factors that influence soil function. Currently, there is a lack of studies on microbial functional groups. Although soil microorganisms play an important role in theExpand
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Fate and abundance of antibiotic resistance genes on microplastics in facility vegetable soil.
Microplastics (MPs) and antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) coexist widely in farmland soils, but the fate and abundance of ARGs on MPs is rarely explored. In this study, high-throughput fluorescentExpand
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Seasonal variations in antibiotic resistance genes in estuarine sediments and the driving mechanisms.
  • X. Lu, Peng-zhen Lu
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Journal of hazardous materials
  • 5 February 2020
Estuary sediments are chemically contaminated by adjacent coastal industrial cities, but the impact of organic pollutants on antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in estuarine sediments is unknown. WeExpand
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Distribution of antibiotic resistance genes in soil amended using Azolla imbricata and its driving mechanisms.
  • X. Lu, Peng-zhen Lu
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Science of the total environment
  • 20 November 2019
The floating aquatic plant of Azolla imbricata has an outstanding purification capability for polluted river water, and it is also employed to improve soil fertility. However, the occurrence andExpand
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