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International collaborative study on the occurrence of plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance in Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli isolated from animals, humans, food and the environment in 13…
- K. Veldman, L. Cavaco, F. Aarestrup
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
- 1 June 2011
This study shows the occurrence and dissemination of PMQR genes in Salmonella and E. coli in Europe with a defined quinolone resistance phenotype, and reports the first detection of qnrD inSalmonella collected in Europe.
Global trait–environment relationships of plant communities
- H. Bruelheide, J. Dengler, Ute Jandt
- Environmental ScienceNature Ecology & Evolution
- 18 September 2018
It is shown that global trait composition is captured by two main dimensions that are only weakly related to macro-environmental drivers, which reflect the trade-offs at the species level but are weakly associated with climate and soil conditions at the global scale.
Available exsitu germplasm of the potential rubber crop Taraxacum koksaghyz belongs to a poor rubber producer, T. brevicorniculatum (Compositae–Crepidinae)
- J. Kirschner, J. Štěpánek, T. Černý, P. Heer, P. V. Dijk
- BiologyGenetic Resources and Crop Evolution
- 1 February 2013
Morphological examination and genetic analyses demonstrated that all available ex situ germplasm collections of T. koksaghyz belonged to a single triploid apomictic clone that was misidentified as T. brevicorniculatum, a species commonly co-occurring with wild populations of the Russian dandelion.
Tree growth and competition in a post-logging Quercus mongolica forest on Mt. Sobaek, South Korea
The spatio-temporal variations in establishment, growth, size inequality, and mode of competition among trees in a 50-year-old post-logging Quercus mongolica-dominated stand in South Korea are examined.
Plant Diversity Changes during the Postglacial in East Asia: Insights from Forest Refugia on Halla Volcano, Jeju Island
It is proposed that the late-glacial open-canopy conifer forests in southern part of Korean Peninsula were rich in vascular plants, in particular of heliophilous herbs, whose dramatic decline was caused by the early Holocene invasion of dwarf bamboo into the understory of Quercus forests, followed by mid-Holocene expansion of strongly shading trees such as maple and hornbeam.
Cross-Border Transmission of Salmonella Choleraesuis var. Kunzendorf in European Pigs and Wild Boar: Infection, Genetics, and Evolution
The phylogenetic tree shows that multiple introductions were responsible for the outbreak of 2012–2013 in Denmark, and suggests that poorly disinfected vehicles crossing the border into Denmark were potentially the source of the outbreak.
Poleward migration of the destructive effects of tropical cyclones during the 20th century
- J. Altman, O. Ukhvatkina, J. Doležal
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 22 October 2018
The results indicate significant long-term changes in TC activity, with increased rates of disturbances in the northern latitudes over the past century, while the disturbance frequency was stable over time in the southern latitudes, however.
Environmental correlates of plant diversity in Korean temperate forests
Rainfall interception and spatial variability of throughfall in spruce stand
Abstract The interception was recognized as an important part of the catchment water balance in temperate climate. The mountainous forest ecosystem at experimental headwater catchment Liz has been…