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Temporal and spatial distribution of red tide outbreaks in the Yangtze River Estuary and adjacent waters, China.
Between 1972 and 2009, evidence of red tide outbreaks in the Yangtze River Estuary and adjacent waters was collected. A geographic information system (GIS) was used to analyze the temporal andExpand
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Evaluation of the ecological status with benthic indices in the coastal system: the case of Bohai Bay (China)
Based on biologic and environmental materials collected from coastal areas of Bohai Bay (China) in April, 2008, three biotic indices (AZTI’s Marine Biotic Index (AMBI), Shannon-Wiener Index andExpand
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Assessing benthic ecological status in stressed Liaodong Bay (China) with AMBI and M-AMBI
Rapid economic development in recent decades has resulted in environmental degradation of Liaodong Bay, North China, where eutrophication is becoming more evident because of excess nutrients inputs.Expand
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Assessing the benthic quality status of the Bohai Bay (China) with proposed modifications of M-AMBI
Multivariate AZTI’s Marine Biotic Index (M-AMBI) was designed to indicate the ecological status of European coastal areas. Based upon samples collected from 2009 to 2012 in the Bohai Bay, we haveExpand
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Assessing benthic ecological status in coastal area near Changjiang River estuary using AMBI and M-AMBI
The Changjiang (Yangtze) River estuary has been subject to a variety of anthropogenic pressures in recent decades. To assess the ecological health of the coastal benthic ecosystem adjacent to theExpand
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Binding characteristics and protective capacity of cyanidin-3-glucoside and its aglycon to calf thymus DNA.
The binding characteristics and protective capacity of cyanidin (Cy) and cyanidin-3-glucoside (C3G) to calf thymus DNA were explored for the first time. The Cy and C3G gave a bathochromic shift toExpand
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A new species and new recorded species of Lumbrineridae Schmarda, 1861 (Annelida: Polychaeta) from China
Based on material deposited in the Marine Biological Museum of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Qingdao), a new species, Lumbrineris sinensis sp. nov, as well as Augeneria albidentata (Ehlers, 1908),Expand
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Eranno carrerai sp. nov., a new polychaete worm (Lumbrineridae) from coastal waters of China
In this paper, a new polychaete species, Eranno carrerai sp. nov. from coastal areas of China, is described based on specimens deposited in the Marine Biological Museum of the Chinese Academy ofExpand
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Estimating foliar anthocyanin content of purple corn via hyperspectral model
Abstract To date, the foliar anthocyanin content was either determined via the pH differential or HPLC methods, both of which are slow and destructive. Here, a hyperspectral model was established toExpand
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