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Antibodies to Nipah or Nipah-like Viruses in Bats, China
The detection of henipavirus antibody suggests that several bat species have been exposed to NiV or a closely related virus, and could be introduced into China by other susceptible bat species that overlap their habitat with pteropid bats in neighboring countries.
Wild Fulvous Fruit Bats (Rousettus leschenaulti) Exhibit Human-Like Menstrual Cycle1
Both the morphologic and hormonal changes observed in fulvous fruit bats during the menstrual cycle resemble similar changes in humans.
Karyology of eight species of bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from Hainan Island, China
- Yi Wu, M. Motokawa, Yuchun Li, M. Harada, Zhong Chen, Liang-kong Lin
- BiologyInternational journal of biological sciences
- 20 October 2009
Karyotypes and chromosomal data are presented for eight bat species representing two families from Hainan Island, China and the karyotype of Rhinolophus lepidus is reported for the first time.
Phylogeography of the Asian lesser white-toothed shrew, Crocidura shantungensis, in East Asia: role of the Korean Peninsula as refugium for small mammals
Phylogeographic inference, together with estimates of genetic differentiation and diversity, suggest that the southern most part of the Korean Peninsula, including offshore islands, played an important role as a refugium for C. shantungensis during the Pleistocene.
Vertical Variations in Bacterial Community Composition and Environmental Factors in the Culture Pond Sediment of Sea Cucumber Apostichopus Japonicus
ABSTRACT Lv, X.; Yu, P.; Mao, W., and Li, Y., 2018. Vertical variations in bacterial community composition and environmental factors in the culture pond sediment of sea cucumber Apostichopus…
A Cryptic Species of the Tylonycteris pachypus Complex (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) and Its Population Genetic Structure in Southern China and nearby Regions
Through integration of traditional and geometric morphological results, morphological differences on zygomatic arches, toothrows and bullae were detected between two lineages in China and it was suggested that such differences might be derived from their historical adaptation or distinct evolutionary history rather than the differences of habitats they occurred currently.
First karyological and molecular study of the Hainan gymnure Neohylomys hainanensis (Erinaceomorpha: Erinaceidae)
This paper aims to demonstrate the efforts towards in-situ applicability of EMMARM, which aims to provide real-time information about the dynamic response of the immune system to infectious disease.
Transcriptomic analysis reveals the molecular adaptation to NaCl stress in Zostera marina L.
Complete mitochondrial genome of the mandarin vole Lasiopodomys mandarinus (Rodentia: Cricetidae)
The complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of the mandarin vole (Lasiopodomys mandarinus) was completed and annotated in this study and will provide genetic resource to clarify the taxonomic position of genus LasiopODomys.
Taxonomic status of the three color variants in sea cucumber (Apostichopus japonicus): evidence from mitochondrial phylogenomic analyses
It is proposed that although they differ in body color, the three color morphs all belong to a single species of Apostichopus japonicus and the historical marine climate and the hydrographic complexity of the ocean currents could be responsible for their present distribution patterns.