Yan Ouyang

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Circadian clocks are thought to enhance the fitness of organisms by improving their ability to adapt to extrinsic influences, specifically daily changes in environmental factors such as light, temperature, and humidity. Some investigators have proposed that circadian clocks provide an additional "intrinsic adaptive value," that is, the circadian clock that(More)
This review reports background information on wetlands in the Northeast Asia and High Asia areas, including wetland coverage and type, significance for local populations, and threats to their vitality and protection, with particular focus on the relationship of how global change influenced wetlands. Natural wetlands in these areas have been greatly depleted(More)
Mammalian AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) acts as an important sensor of cellular energy homeostasis related with AMP/ADP to ATP ratio. The overall architecture of AMPK has been determined in either homotrimer or monomer form by electron microscopy (EM) and X-ray crystallography successively. Accordingly proposed models have consistently revealed a key(More)
The coastal wetland ecosystems are important in the global carbon and nitrogen cycle and global climate change. For higher fragility of coastal wetlands induced by human activities, the roles of coastal wetland ecosystems in CH4 and N2O emissions are becoming more important. This study used a DNDC model to simulate current and future CH4 and N2O emissions(More)
In the three-dimensional tetra-chloro-phthalate-bridged title complex [Er(C(8)Cl(4)O(4))(H(2)O)(7)](C(8)HCl(4)O(4))·C(8)H(2)Cl(4)O(4)·H(2)O, the Er(III) ion is coordinated in form of a distorted square antiprism by an O atom of a tetra-chloro-phthalate ligand and by seven water O atoms. Extensive hydrogen bonds establish a layered network structure(More)
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