Determination of lignans of Schisandra rubriflora by HPLC
- Wang Yan
Object To determine the contents of schisantherin A, deoxyschizandrin, schisandrin B and schisandrin C in the stems and fruits of Schisandra rudriflora (Franch ) Rehd. et Wils , which were collected…
Site test of phytoremediation of an open pond contaminated with domestic sewage using water hyacinth and water lettuce
OPEC OELiD TREMATODES OF MARINE FISHES FROM FUJIAN PROVINCE
- Wang Yan
Forty species of opeeoelid trematodes of marine fishes belonging to 8 genera have been obtained'from Fu-jian Province, China. Amony them, 9 species are new to science and 22 species are recorded for…
Changes in nitrate N content in different soil layers after the application of livestock waste compost pellets in a sweet corn field
Abstract Changes in the nitrate content in different soil layers (0–15 cm, 15–30 cm, 30–45 cm, and below 45 cm) were investigated after the application of livestock waste compost pellets in a sweet…
Individual and combined toxicogenetic effects of microplastics and heavy metals (Cd, Pb, and Zn) perturb gut microbiota homeostasis and gonadal development in marine medaka (Oryzias melastigma).
Ecotoxicological effects and accumulation of ciprofloxacin in Eichhornia crassipes under hydroponic conditions
- Yan Yan, Xiaoguang Xu, C. Shi, Wang Yan, Limin Zhang, Guoxiang Wang
- Chemistry, MedicineEnvironmental science and pollution research…
- 21 August 2019
It is demonstrated that E. crassipes could absorb and tolerate ciprofloxacin in a limited time-scale and imply an alternative solution for phytoremediation in water bodies contaminated with antibiotics.
An orally antitumor chalcone hybrid inhibited HepG2 cells growth and migration as the tubulin binding agent
- Wang Yan, Chen Xiangyu, L. Ya, Wang Yu, Xu Feng
- Biology, ChemistryInvestigational new drugs
- 11 February 2019
Compound 9 displayed the antitumor activity against liver cancer HepG2 cells in vivo with the low toxicity toward mice and deserves further investigation to treat liver cancer.
NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE GROWTH OF PHAEOCYSTIS GLOBOSA SCHERFFEL
Eutrophication of coastal water is one of the critical factors for triggering P.globosa bloom in the South China Sea, implying that the natural sea water has plenty of Fe, microelements and vitamins for the growth of P. globosa.
GENOTYPIC DIFFERENCE IN NITROGEN EFFICIENCY OF FIVE MAIZE INBRED LINES AS AFFECTED BY NITRATE LEVELS
- Wang Yan
The results showed that the genotypic difference of total dry weight was caused by both shoot and root at low N supply, whereas it mainly depended on shoot at high N supply.