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Enhanced and Selective Degradation of Pollutants over Cyclodextrin/TiO2 under Visible Light Irradiation
The photocatalytic performance of cyclodextrin modified TiO2 (TiO2/β-CD) on the degradation of rhodamine B and bisphenol A (BPA) was studied in this work. The interactions between β-CD and TiO2
The Phylogeny and Evolutionary Timescale of Muscoidea (Diptera: Brachycera: Calyptratae) Inferred from Mitochondrial Genomes
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The first two mt genomes for the families Fanniidae (Euryomma sp.) and Anthomyiidae (Delia platura (Meigen, 1826) are presented and phylogenetic analyses containing of these newly sequenced mt genomes plus 15 other species representative of dipteran diversity are conducted to address the internal relationship of Muscoidea and its systematic position.
Comparative Mt Genomics of the Tipuloidea (Diptera: Nematocera: Tipulomorpha) and Its Implications for the Phylogeny of the Tipulomorpha
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Trees inferred by Bayesian methods strongly support a sister-group relationship between Trichoceridae and Tipuloidea, and phylogenetic trees indicate that the family Limoniidae is a paraphyletic group.
The complete mitochondrial genomes of Musca domestica and Scathophaga stercoraria (Diptera: Muscoidea: Muscidae and Scathophagidae)
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The first complete mitochondrial genome of Scathophagidae is reported here, and both genomes contain all 37 genes, including 13 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 22 tRNA genes, 2 r RNA genes, and a large control region, with conserved arrangement pattern reported in all cyclorrhaphan flies.
The First Mitochondrial Genome of the Sepsid Fly Nemopoda mamaevi Ozerov, 1997 (Diptera: Sciomyzoidea: Sepsidae), with Mitochondrial Genome Phylogeny of Cyclorrhapha
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Phylogenetic trees based on the mt genome data from Cyclorrhapha were inferred by Maximum-likelihood and Bayesian methods, strongly supported a close relationship between Sepsidae and the Tephritoidea.
Mitochondrial Genomes Provide Insights into the Phylogeny of Lauxanioidea (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha)
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The traditional relationships between families within the Lauxanioidea, (Chamaemyiidae + (Lauxaniidae + Celyphidae)), were corroborated; however, the higher-level relationships between cyclorrhaphan superfamilies are mostly poorly supported.
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