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Biosorption of copper(II) and zinc(II) from aqueous solution by Pseudomonas putida CZ1.
To study Pseudomonas putida CZ1, having high tolerance to copper and zinc on the removal of toxic metals from aqueous solutions, the biosorption of Cu(II) and Zn(II) by living and nonliving P. putidaExpand
Recently amplified arctic warming has contributed to a continual global warming trend
The existence and magnitude of the recently suggested global warming hiatus, or slowdown, have been strongly debated1–3. Although various physical processes4–8 have been examined to elucidate thisExpand
Database of traditional Chinese medicine and its application to studies of mechanism and to prescription validation
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is widely practised and is viewed as an attractive alternative to conventional medicine. Quantitative information about TCM prescriptions, constituent herbs andExpand
Arbuscular mycorrhizae enhance metal lead uptake and growth of host plants under a sand culture experiment.
A sand culture experiment was conducted to investigate whether mycorrhizal colonization and mycorrhizal fungal vesicular numbers were influenced by metal lead, and whether mycorrhizae enhance hostExpand
Water Management Influencing Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Rice Field in Relation to Soil Redox and Microbial Community
Abstract Methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from an irrigated rice field under continuous flooding and intermittent irrigation water management practices in northern China were measuredExpand
Invasive and non-invasive Plants Differ in Response to Soil Heavy Metal Lead Contamination
A greenhouse experiment was conducted to test whether and how invasive species (Solidago canadensis) and two non-invasive plant species (Festuca arundinacea, Kummerowia striata) differed in responseExpand
A comparative study on the growth and nitrogen and phosphorus uptake characteristics of 15 wetland species
The biomass, root morphology and nutrient uptake capacities of 15 species of local wetland plants were investigated in hydroponic culture. The wetland plants were exposed to 38.5 mg·L−1 of NH -N,Expand
An introduction of a multi-soil-layering system: a novel green technology for wastewater treatment in rural areas.
Multi-soil-layering (MSL) systems are designed for municipal wastewater, livestock wastewater and polluted river water treatments. They are mainly composed of soil mixture block layers andExpand
Effect of structural difference on wastewater treatment efficiency in multi-soil-layering systems: Relationship between soil mixture block size and removal efficiency of selected contaminants
Abstract Multi-soil-layering systems composed of soil mixture blocks (SMB) arranged in a brick-like pattern and surrounded by permeable zeolite layers (PL) were designed for domestic wastewater andExpand
Neoproterozoic chromite-bearing high-Mg diorites in the western part of the Jiangnan orogen, southern China: Geochemistry, petrogenesis and tectonic implications
Abstract High-Mg diorites were discovered in the southern part of the ca. 830 Ma Dongma Pluton, northern Guangxi Province of southern China. The diorites (SiO 2  = 59–65 wt%) are characterized byExpand