Greenland Sea Gyre increases microplastic pollution in the surface waters of the Nordic Seas.
Planktonic ciliate communities in a semi-enclosed bay of Yellow Sea, northern China: annual cycle
- Yong Jiang, Henglong Xu, K. Al-Rasheid, A. Warren, Xiaozhong Hu, Weibo Song
- Environmental ScienceJournal of the Marine Biological Association of…
- 2 November 2010
Multivariate analyses revealed that ciliate abundance was significantly correlated with water temperature, dissolved oxygen and nutrients, especially nitrate nitrogen and soluble reactive phosphate (P < 0.05).
The Physiological and Agronomic Responses to Nitrogen Dosage in Different Sugarcane Varieties
The result of pot experiment is sufficient to differentiate clonal variation for NUE in sugarcane as it reflects field experimental results, and can set up a basis for identification the NUE types of sugar cane varieties and the development of reasonable N fertilizer application.
Fate of applied urea 15N in a soil-maize system as affected by urease inhibitor and nitrification inhibitor
A micro-plot field experiment with reduced urea N-15 application was conducted to study the effects of urease inhibitor NBPT (N-(n-butyl) thiophosphoric triamide) and nitrification inhibitor…
Microzooplankton herbivory and community structure in the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica
Redescriptions of three tintinnid ciliates, Tintinnopsis tocantinensis, T. radix, and T. cylindrica (ciliophora, spirotrichea), from coastal waters off China.
An approach to analyzing spatial patterns of planktonic ciliate communities for monitoring water quality in Jiaozhou Bay, northern China.
Vertical variation of pelagic ciliate communities in the western Arctic Ocean
Semiochemicals from ovaries of gravid females attract ovipositing female houseflies, Musca domestica.
Effects of prolonged cold storage on carbohydrate and protein content and field performance of white spruce bareroot seedlings
Three-year-old bareroot white spruce (Piceaglauca (Moench) Voss) seedlings from three seedlots were either lifted in the fall of 1990 and stored over winter at −2 °C, or lift in the spring of 1991, and sugar and protein levels were similar in fall- and spring-lifted seedlings, but starch content was about two times higher in spring- lifting seedlings.