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Biodiversity changes in the lakes of the Central Yangtze
The Central Yangtze ecoregion in China includes a number of lakes, but these have been greatly affected by human activities over the past several decades, resulting in severe loss of biodiversity. In… Expand
Carbon, nitrogen and antioxidant enzyme responses of Potamogeton crispus to both low light and high nutrient stresses
Decline of submersed macrophytes under low light and high nutrient stresses in eutrophic waters has been increasing worldwide. Many studies have examined the effects of low light and high nutrient… Expand
Effects of aleurone layer on rice cooking: A histological investigation.
- Jianyong Wu, J. Chen, +5 authors XiaoJuan Guo
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Food chemistry
- 15 January 2016
Understanding how aleurone layer (AL) affects rice cooking behaviour is important for rice processing. Individual effects of AL on rice cooking behaviour were evaluated and histological characters of… Expand
Adaptation to water level variation: Responses of a floating-leaved macrophyte Nymphoides peltata to terrestrial habitats
A straightforward experimental approach was carried out to study the adaptation responses of a typical floating-leaved aquatic plant Nymphoides peltata to changes in water availability. N. peltata… Expand
Physiological Stress of High NH4+ Concentration in Water Column on the Submersed Macrophyte Vallisneria Natans L.
- T. Cao, P. Xie, Zhongqiang Li, L. Ni, Meng Zhang, J. Xu
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Bulletin of environmental contamination and…
- 1 March 2009
The submersed macrophyte, Vallisneria natans L., was cultured in laboratory with NH4+-enriched tap water (1 mg L−1 NH4-N) for 2 months and the stressful effects of high ammonium (NH4+) concentrations… Expand
Climate warming and heat waves affect reproductive strategies and interactions between submerged macrophytes.
Extreme climatic events, such as heat waves, are predicted to increase in frequency and intensity during the next hundred years, which may accelerate shifts in hydrological regimes and submerged… Expand
Effect of substrate grain size on the growth and morphology of the submersed macrophyte Vallisneria natans L.
Experiments were conducted to investigate the growth and morphology of the submersed macrophyte Vallisneria natans in relation to seven substrate types. The study also aims to evaluate the influence… Expand
The Discovery of Myriophyllum oguraense Miki (Haloragaceae) in China
Selective peroxidase inactivation of lightly milled rice by superheated steam
Abstract Superheated steam (SS) was used to inactivate peroxidase of lightly milled rice (LMR) in this study in order to extend shelf-life of LMR. Meanwhile, the effects of SS on physicochemical… Expand
Seed weight and germination behavior of the submerged plant Potamogeton pectinatus in the arid zone of northwest China
- Zhongqiang Li, W. Lu, L. Yang, Xianghong Kong, Xuwei Deng
- Biology, Medicine
- Ecology and evolution
- 6 March 2015
Variation in seed weight is common within and among plant species, but few studies have attempted to document the pattern of seed weight and germination attributes for aquatic macrophytes at a large… Expand