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Climate change alters interannual variation of grassland aboveground productivity: evidence from a 22-year measurement series in the Inner Mongolian grassland
  • W. Ma, Z. Liu, +5 authors J. Fang
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Plant Research
  • 4 February 2010
Climate change is known to influence interannual variation in grassland aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP), or seasonal biomass, but direct, long-term ground observations are rare. WeExpand
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Impact of Precipitation Patterns on Biomass and Species Richness of Annuals in a Dry Steppe
Annuals are an important component part of plant communities in arid and semiarid grassland ecosystems. Although it is well known that precipitation has a significant impact on productivity andExpand
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Grazing Gradient versus Restoration Succession of Leymus chinensis (Trin.) Tzvel. Grassland in Inner Mongolia
Grazing-induced degradation of grasslands is the primary impediment to the socioeconomic development of Inner Mongolia. It affects the entire environment of northern China. Understanding grasslandExpand
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Studies on buffalo babesiosis in Hubei Province, China
SummaryThe present paper summarises our recent studies on buffalo babesiosis in the Hubei province of China. It describes the pathogen and the epidemiology of the disease, the tick vector and itsExpand
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[Specific diversity and distribution characteristics of annual synusia in Alashan desert].
Alashan desert, sited in the east of Asia desert, is a special vegetation geography area in Asia desert region. Its geographic range is from west Ordos (108 degrees E) to west Ejina (98 degrees E),Expand
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Studies on the pathogenicity ofBabesia bovis in water buffaloes after cryopreservation and resuscitation
SummaryPacked erythrocytes infected withBabesia bovis were mixed with an equal volume of 16% dimethyl sulphoxide (DMS0) in Alsever’s solution and dispensed into 1·5 or 5 ml cryotubes. The vials wereExpand
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Long-term vegetation dynamics driven by climatic variations in the Inner Mongolia grassland: findings from 30-year monitoring
Long-term monitoring of plant community composition and productivity provides evidence of how ecosystems respond to climate change. This study investigated the long-term (1981–2011) dynamics of plantExpand
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Serological investigations on Babesia orientalis infection. Status of water buffaloes in Hubei Province.
A total of 230 water buffaloes were sampled for the determination of the epidemiological situation of Babesia orientalis infection in Hubei Province, using the latex agglutination test. ThisExpand
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[Synergistic effect of toremifene and cisplatin on human lung cancer cell line A549].
OBJECTIVE To study the toxic effect of toremifene (TOR) and its synergistic effect with cisplatin (DDP) on human lung adenocarcinoma cell line A549. METHODS The cytotoxic effects of these agents onExpand
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