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Zinc regulates the hydraulic response of maize root under water stress conditions 期刊论文
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY, 2021, 卷号: 159, 页码: 123-134
Authors:  Zhang, Li;  Yan, Minfei;  Ren, Yuanyuan;  Chen, Yinglong;  Zhang, Suiqi
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Ultra-microstructure  Root hydraulic conductivity  Zea mays  Zinc  Water stress  
Physiological, transcriptional, and metabolic alterations in spaceflight-subjected Senna obtusifolia 期刊论文
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY, 2019, 卷号: 139, 页码: 33-43
Authors:  Mao, Renjun;  Li, Wenrui;  He, Zhigui;  Bai, Zhenqing;  Xia, Pengguo;  Liang, Zongsuo;  Li, Yan
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Spaceflight-subjected  Senna obtusifolia  Antioxidant enzyme activity  Transcript level  Secondary metabolite  
Abscisic acid and brassinolide combined application synergistically enhances drought tolerance and photosynthesis of tall fescue under water stress 期刊论文
SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE, 2018, 卷号: 228, 页码: 1-9
Authors:  Chen, Zhifei;  Wang, Zhi;  Yang, Yungui;  Li, Min;  Xu, Bingcheng
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Abscisic acid  Brassinolide  Drought stress  Antioxidant enzymes  Photosynthesis  Synergistic interaction  
Environmental Humidity Regulates Effects of Experimental Warming on Vegetation Index and Biomass Production in an Alpine Meadow of the Northern Tibet SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Fu G.;  Shen, Z. X.
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contrasting light conditions  kobresia-humilis meadow  soil respiration  short-term  northwestern sichuan  species composition  coniferous  forest  climatic factors  abies-faxoniana  western sichuan  
设施农业连作障碍与土壤关键微生物菌群变化及调控研究——以设施番茄种植为例 学位论文
博士, 北京: 中国科学院研究生院, 2015
Authors:  葛晓颖
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Bioaccumulation and oxidative stress in Daphnia magna exposed to arsenite and arsenate SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Fan W. H.;  Ren, J. Q.;  Li, X. M.;  Wei, C. Y.;  Xue, F.;  Zhang, N.
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Arsenic species  Oxidative stress  Bioaccumulation  Daphnia magna  toxicity  accumulation  phosphorus  speciation  phosphate  injury  damage  pulex  fish  zinc  
Determining soil enzyme activities for the assessment of fungi and citric acid-assisted phytoextraction under cadmium and lead contamination SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Mao L.;  Tang, D.;  Feng, H. W.;  Gao, Y.;  Zhou, P.;  Xu, L. R.;  Wang, L. M.
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Cadmium  Lead  Soil enzymes  Solanum nigrum L  Fungi  Citric acid  heavy-metals  microbial communities  phytoremediation  remediation  bioremediation  accumulation  environment  technology  diversity  pollution  
Subcellular cadmium distribution and antioxidant enzymatic activities in the leaves of two castor (Ricinus communis L.) cultivars exhibit differences in Cd accumulation SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Zhang H. Z.;  Guo, Q. Q.;  Yang, J. X.;  Shen, J. X.;  Chen, T. B.;  Zhu, G. X.;  Chen, H.;  Shao, C. Y.
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Castor  Subcellular Distribution  Antioxidant Enzyme  Cadmium  Detoxification Mechanism  Oxidative Stress  Marine Diatom  Contaminated Soil  Brassica-juncea  Populus x  Toxicity  Tolerance  Poplar  Wheat  Phytoremediation  
A meta-analysis of the effects of experimental warming on soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics on the Tibetan Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Zhang X. Z.;  Shen, Z. X.;  Fu, G.
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Global Warming  Increased Temperature  Microbial Biomass  Response Ratio  Alpine Coniferous Forest  Contrasting Light Conditions  Microbial  Biomass  Western Sichuan  Terrestrial Ecosystems  Abies-faxoniana  Organic-carbon  Picea-asperata  Climate-change  Plant-growth  
Antioxidant enzymes and proteins of wetland plants: Their relation to Pb tolerance and accumulation SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Yang J. X.;  Ye, Z. H.
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Accumulation  Antioxidant Enzyme  Lead (Pb)  Tolerance Index  Toxicity  Wetland Plant  Heavy-metals  Phragmites-australis  Cadmium Tolerance  Waste-water  Lemna-minor  Typha-latifolia  Rice Cultivars  Lead  Zinc  China