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- Guo, Wenting, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2018 v.102 no.1 pp. 461-474
- Methanobacteriales; biogeochemical cycles; biomarkers; climate; community structure; environmental factors; estuaries; ethers; glycerol; habitats; isoprenoids; lipid composition; lipids; marine sediments; paleoclimatology; phosphorus; rivers; salinity; sand; silt fraction; watersheds; China
- ... Archaea are widespread and abundant in aquatic and terrestrial habitats and play fundamental roles in global biogeochemical cycles. Archaeal lipids, such as isoprenoid glycerol diakyl glycerol tetraethers (iGDGTs), are important biomarkers tracing changes in archaeal community structure and biogeochemical processes in nature. However, the linkage between the archaeal populations and the GDGT distr ...
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- Environmental pollution 2015 v.204 pp. 215-222
- case studies; copper; environmental impact; ingestion; marine ecosystems; plankton; pollutants; toxicity; uncertainty
- ... The threshold concentrations of pollutants are determined by extrapolating single-species effect data to community-level effects. This assumes the most sensitive endpoint of the life cycle of individuals and the species sensitivity distribution from single-species toxic effect tests, thus, ignoring the ecological interactions. The uncertainties due to this extrapolation can be partially overcome u ...
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- Microbial ecology 2010 v.60 no.4 pp. 796-806
- Euryarchaeota; clones; community structure; genes; geographical variation; marine sediments; ribosomal RNA; South China Sea
- ... Using the archaeal 16S rRNA gene, we determined the community structures of archaea of subseafloor sediments (∼9-11 m below seafloor) from two geographically distant cores (MD05-2896, south, water depth 1,657 m; MD05-2902, north, water depth 3,697 m) in the South China Sea. Euryarchaeota accounted for 61.4% of total archaeal clone libraries at MD05-2896 and 56.2% at MD05-2902. At both locations, t ...