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Four first records of trichodinid (Ciliophora: Peritrichia) ectoparasites from cultured molluscs and fishes in China
Four species of Trichodina parasitizing the gills of cultured molluscs and fishes in China are described: Trichodina pectenis Stein, 1974 from the scallop Mizuhopecten yessoensis; TrichodinaExpand
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Progress and Prospects in Seamount Biodiversity
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[Ciliate diversity and spatiotemporal variation in surface sediments of Yangtze River estuary hypoxic zone].
By using denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) and sequencing as well as Ludox-QPS method, an investigation was made on the ciliate diversity and its spatiotemporal variation in the surfaceExpand
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Methodological advances in soil protozoa research
Protozoa is a kind of microbial eukaryotes highly diverse in morphology and function, and predominant in soil, playing important roles in sustaining soil productivity and ecosystem function. With theExpand
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Marine biodiversity under global climate change
Marine biodiversity under global climate change Jun Sun, Mao Lin, Meng-Hsien Chen, Kuidong Xu 1 College of Marine and Environmental Sciences, Tianjin University of Science and Technology, TianjinExpand
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Two species of Hyalinoecia Malmgren, 1867 (Polychaeta: Onuphidae) from the South China Sea, with the first record of Hyalinoecia papillata from China
A taxonomic study of Hyalinoecia species based on the materials deposited in the Marine Biological Museum of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (MBMCAS) yielded two species: Hyalinoecia tubicolaExpand
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A new free-living nematode, Actinonema falciforme sp. nov. (Nematoda: Chromadoridae), from the continental shelf of the East China Sea
Actinonema falciforme sp. nov. was discovered from the continental-shelf sediments of the East China Sea. It is characterized by six outer labial setae and four cephalic setae in one circle, complexExpand
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New Records of Four Hypotrich Ciliates (Protozoa,Ciliophora) from Soil in China
Four hypotrich ciliate species new to China belonging to two genera were isolated from soil in Qingdao and morphologically investigated using non-flooded Petri dish method, live observation andExpand
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