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Responses of ecosystem carbon cycle to experimental warming: a meta-analysis.
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It is demonstrated that the stimulation of plant-derived C influx basically offset the increase in warming-induced efflux and resulted in insignificant changes in litter and soil C content, indicating that climate warming may not trigger strong positive C-climate feedback from terrestrial ecosystems.
Navigating the complexity of ecological stability.
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This work assesses the scientific and policy literature and provides recommendations for theoreticians, empiricists and policymakers on how to better integrate the multidimensional nature of ecological stability into their research, policies and actions.
The presence of the recurrent veinlet in the Middle Jurassic Nymphidae (Neuroptera): a unique character condition in Myrmeleontoidea
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The recurrent veinlet in these species of Nymphidae is interpreted as a remnant of the condition present more basally in the psychopsoid + ithonoid + chrysopoid + myrmeleontoid clade (i.e., as a plesiomorphy), and the short ScA terminating on ScP is considered to be an autapomorphy of Neuroptera.
The genome of cultivated peanut provides insight into legume karyotypes, polyploid evolution and crop domestication
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High-quality genome sequence of cultivated peanut provides insights into genome evolution and the genetic mechanisms underlying seed size and leaf resistance in peanut, providing a cornerstone for functional genomics and peanut improvement.
Mesozoic lacewings from China provide phylogenetic insight into evolution of the Kalligrammatidae (Neuroptera)
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This work describes three new subfamilies, four new genera, twelve new species and four unassigned species from the late Middle Jurassic Jiulongshan and mid Early Cretaceous Yixian Formations of China, suggesting that eastern Eurasia likely was an important diversification center for the Kalligrammatidae.
Effects of environmental gradients on the performances of four dominant plants in a Chinese saltmarsh: implications for plant zonation
Physical conditions and biotic interactions are believed to be the determinants of plant zonation in saltmarshes. However, in rapidly developing estuarine marshes, succession is regarded as the
Purification of alpha-sarcin and an antifungal protein from mold (Aspergillus giganteus) by chitin affinity chromatography.
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A simple method for preparation of alpha-sarcin and an antifungal protein (AFP) from mold (Aspergillus giganteus MDH 18894) has been developed and revealed that two tryptophans (Trps) were all located in the core part ofalpha-Sarcin molecule, indicating that Trps were not involved in the binding of alpha'sarcin to chitin.
A Remarkable New Family of Jurassic Insects (Neuroptera) with Primitive Wing Venation and Its Phylogenetic Position in Neuropterida
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The presence of the presumed AA1+2 in wings of Parakseneuridae is a unique plesiomorphic condition hitherto unknown in Neuropterida, the clade comprising Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidioptera.
Two interesting new genera of Kalligrammatidae (Neuroptera) from the Middle Jurassic of Daohugou, China
Two new genera and species of Kalligrammatidae (Neuroptera) Apochrysogramma rotundum gen. et sp. nov. and Protokalligramma bifasciatum gen. et sp. nov. are described from the Middle Jurassic of
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