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Environmental filtering decreases with fish development for the assembly of gut microbiota.
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The observed mechanisms that shaped fish gut microbiota seemed to be mainly shaped by the gut environment and by some other selective changes accompanying the host development process, which greatly enhance the understanding of stage-specific community assembly patterns in the fish gut ecosystem. Expand
Gut Microbiota Contributes to the Growth of Fast-Growing Transgenic Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio L.)
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It is suggested that gut microbiotas are associated with the growth of fast growing transgenic fish, and the relative abundance of Firmicutes over Bacteroidetes could be one of the factors contributing to its fast growth. Expand
Reevaluation of the Phylogenetic Relationship between Mobilid and Sessilid Peritrichs (Ciliophora, Oligohymenophorea) Based on Small Subunit rRNA Genes Sequences
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It is suggested that the oral structures of peritrichs are the result of evolutionary convergence, and granules in the adhesive disc might be a phylogenetic character of high importance within the Family Trichodinidae. Expand
Host species as a strong determinant of the intestinal microbiota of fish larvae
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The present study suggests that the intestines of the four fish larvae, although reared in the same environment, contained distinct bacterial populations, while intestinal eukaryotic microorganisms were almost identical. Expand
Impacts of the Three Gorges Dam on microbial structure and potential function
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This study provides a first comparative metagenomic insight for evaluating the impacts of the large dam on microbial function, confirming that the bacterioplankton communities in the Xiangxi River were really affected by environmental changes from the Three Gorges Dam. Expand
Phylogenetic Relationships of the Subclass Peritrichia (Oligohymenophorea, Ciliophora) Inferred from Small Subunit rRNA Gene Sequences1
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The phylogenetic relationships among peritrichs remain unresolved and trees were constructed using distance-matrix, maximum-likelihood and maximum-parsimony methods, all of which strongly supported the monophyly of the subclass Peritrichia. Expand
Composition of Gut Microbiota in the Gibel Carp (Carassius auratus gibelio) Varies with Host Development
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It is revealed that the gut microbiota of gibel carp assemble into distinct communities at different times during the host’s development and that this process is less affected by the surrounding environment than by the host diet and development. Expand
Factors influencing the grass carp gut microbiome and its effect on metabolism.
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The findings suggest that the metabolic role played by the gut microbiome in grass carp can be affected by feeding, and contribute to the field of fish gut microbial ecology and also provide a basis for follow-up functional studies. Expand
Taxonomic Resolutions Based on 18S rRNA Genes: A Case Study of Subclass Copepoda
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It is suggested that sample identification accuracy should be considered when a molecular sequence divergence threshold is used for taxonomic identification, and that the lowest similarity threshold should be determined based on a pre-designated level of acceptable accuracy. Expand
Molecular Phylogeny of Stentor (Ciliophora: Heterotrichea) Based on Small Subunit Ribosomal RNA Sequences
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The complete small subunit rRNA genes of three Stentor species were sequenced and used to construct phylogenetic trees using the maximum parsimony, neighbor joining, and Bayesian analysis, and with all phylogenetic methods, the genusStentor was monophyletic. Expand
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