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Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria have the ability of solubilizing mineral phosphate in soil and promoting growth of plants, but the activity of phosphate solubilization is influenced by exogenous soluble phosphate. In the present study, the effects of soluble phosphate on the activity of phosphate solubilization, acidification of media, growth, and organic(More)
BACKGROUND The directional flow of injection through a Whitacre needle can be used to modify the level of sensory blockade. We hypothesized that injection of hyperbaric local anesthetic through a Whitacre needle with the bevel oriented laterally can produce a more symmetric sensory block. METHODS Patients scheduled for lower limb surgery under spinal(More)
The rhizospheric bacterium JW-SD2 was identified as Pseudomonas frederiksbergensis based on phenotypic features, the Biolog Identification System and 16S rRNA sequence analysis. The phosphate-solubilizing activity, acidification in culture media, growth rate and organic acid secretion of JW-SD2 were investigated during 192 h of cultivation. The phosphate(More)
This article has been updated at some points and was published as a new publication under DOI 10.1007/s13213-0161237-z. This article will no longer be indexed and all current citations of this article will be transferred to the new publication. The authors and the editors wish to note that the second publication was caused by an honest mistake that lead to(More)
Phonetic acquisition of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) for learners in dialectal areas has been increasingly regarded as an important research area in second language acquisition. However, most existing research has been focused on finding out the transfer effect of dialect on English production from a second language acquisition point of view, but(More)
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