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Fertilization, especially with nitrogen (N), increases aboveground primary productivity (APP), but reduces plant species richness at some level. Silicon (Si) fertilization alone, or with addition of N or phosphorus (P), has multiple direct and indirect beneficial effects on plant growth and development, both for individuals and the whole community. This(More)
Growth inhibition and antioxidative response were investigated in wheat roots cultured in 1/4 Hoagland solution containing zinc (Zn, 500 μM), iron (Fe, 300 μM), and copper (Cu, 300 μM) in combination. Different Zn, Fe, and Cu interactions inhibited seedling growth and increased Zn, Fe, and Cu contents in roots and shoots, with the most significant(More)
Pseudarthrobacter sulfonivorans strain Ar51, a psychotrophic bacterium isolated from the Tibet permafrost of China, can degrade crude oil and multi benzene compounds efficiently in low temperature. Here we report the complete genome sequence of this bacterium. The complete genome sequence of Pseudarthrobacter sulfonivorans strain Ar51, consisting of a cycle(More)
Arthrobacter strain A3, a psychotrophic bacterium isolated from the Tian Shan Mountain of China, can degrade the cellulose and synthesis the long-chain hydrocarbons efficiently in low temperature. Here we report the complete genome sequence of this bacterium. The complete genome sequence of Arthrobacter strain A3, consisting of a cycle chromosome with a(More)
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