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- Qin, H. L., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Acta horticulturae 2018 no.1208 pp. 77-84
- Lavandula; Salvia splendens; anthocyanins; biosynthesis; breeding; color; cultivars; cyanidin; delphinidin; enzymes; flowers; genes; mass spectrometry; pelargonidin; pigmentation; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; stem nodes; ultra-performance liquid chromatography
- ... Flavonoid 3'5' hydroxylase (F3'5'H) is a key enzyme catalyzing the formation of dihydromyricetin, which is converted into delphindin in the anthocyanins biosynthesis. This process determines whether or not flowers can appear blue to a certain extent. Four scarlet sage cultivars ('Vista Lavender', 'Aoyunshenghuo', 'Vista Rose' and 'Vista white') were used in this study. First, we detected the compo ...
- Qin, H. L., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- European journal of soil science 2016 v.67 no.5 pp. 650-658
- bacteria; climate; community structure; denitrifying microorganisms; enzyme activity; land use; microbial communities; monsoon season; nitrate nitrogen; nitrate reductase; nitrification; organic matter; paddies; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; rice; soil microorganisms; topsoil; vegetable growing; China
- ... Changes in land use are likely to affect the abundance and functioning of microorganisms in the soil. In China many paddy fields are being converted for vegetable growing. We wished to determine how these changes affected the microbial populations in one particular region in Hunan province, where the climate is subtropical monsoon, as an example. We sampled the soil down to 1 m in several fields: ...