In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China




НазваниеIn college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China
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Photinia serrulata cuttage.

SO - Journal of Jiangsu Forestry Science & Technology. 2008. 35: 6, 13-16. 11 ref.

PU - Editorial Office of Journal of Jiangsu Forestry Science & Technology

LP - Nanjing

CP - China

AB - The effects of different substrates, hormones and cuttings types on the rooting of Photinia serrulata were determined by orthogonal testing. Results indicate that the main influencing factor on the rooting of P. serrulata was the type of hormone, followed by cutting type and substrate. Hormone concentration had the least influence on rooting. The rooting rate in the cutting treatment with IBA was significantly higher than that in the treatment with NAA and GRR ( alpha =0.01). The rooting rates of the top and middle parts of live twig cuttings were higher, and substrates A1 and A2 were easy to root. The best treatment combination for P. serrulata rooting included perlite, turves and rice chaff ash as the substrates (V:V:V=1:1:1), the middle part of living twigs, and soaking the cuttings in 500 mg IBA/litre solution for 2 hours.

RN - 133-32-4

RN - 86-87-3

CC - Plant Propagation [FF160]

CC - Silviculture and Forest Management [KK110]

MH - cuttings

MH - IBA

MH - NAA

MH - plant growth regulators

MH - rooting

MH - shoot cuttings

MH - substrates

MH - vegetative propagation

MH - Photinia

BT - Rosaceae

BT - Rosales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

BT - Photinia

ID - 1-naphthaleneacetic acid

ID - indolebutyric acid

ID - indolylbutyric acid

ID - naphthylacetic acid

ID - Photinia serratifolia

ID - Photinia serrulata

ID - plant growth substances

ID - plant hormones

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 7W

SS - 0F

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - TR

SS - ZS

IS - 1001-7380

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093067238

AU - Huang LiBin

AU - Shi ShiZheng

AU - Zhu LiangLin

IN - Jiangsu Academy of Forestry, Nanjing 211153, China.

TI - Primary study on planting experiment of the clone selection of Liriodendron chinense x tulipifera.

SO - Journal of Jiangsu Forestry Science & Technology. 2008. 35: 6, 1-4. 6 ref.

PU - Editorial Office of Journal of Jiangsu Forestry Science & Technology

LP - Nanjing

CP - China

AB - The planting experiment was conducted with 22 clones of Liriodendron chinense x tulipifera at Maoshan hill area in southern Jiangsu in March, 2006. The results indicated that the average planting survival rate was 89.66%. Moreover, the mean tree height, DBH and crown width were 2.6 m, 2.64 cm and 1.57 m at 2 years old, respectively, and were significantly different among those clones. The repeatability was 0.50, 0.53, 0.62 and 0.55. Finally, the five fine clones (No. 18, No. 8, No. 35, No. 7 and No. 9) were selected by synthetical index. Its mean tree height, DBH and crown width were 2.82 m, 3.12 cm and 1.70 m, and increased by 18.0%, 39.9%, and 16.4%, respectively, compared with No. 11, No. 14, No. 34, No. 3 and No. 30.

CC - Plant Breeding and Genetics [FF020]

CC - Forests and Forest Trees (Biology and Ecology) [KK100]

CC - Silviculture and Forest Management [KK110]

MH - clones

MH - crown

MH - diameter

MH - plant height

MH - planting

MH - selection

MH - survival

MH - Liriodendron tulipifera

MH - China

MH - Jiangsu

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Eastern China

BT - China

BT - Liriodendron

BT - Magnoliaceae

BT - Magnoliales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

BT - Liriodendron tulipifera

BT - Liriodendron chinense

ID - American tulip tree

ID - Chinese tulip tree

ID - Kiangsu

ID - Liriodendron chinense

ID - Liriodendron chinense x Liriodendron tulipifera

ID - tulip poplar

ID - yellow poplar

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0P

SS - 0F

SS - CA

SS - PL

SS - TR

SS - ZS

IS - 1001-7380

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093067182

AU - Yan RunRun

AU - Pang Yong

AU - Zhao Wei

AU - Li RuiLing

AU - Chao JianYing

IN - College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Hohai University, Nanjing 210098, China.

MA - ypang@hhu.edu.cn

TI - Influence of circumfluent type waters hydrodynamic on growth of algae.

SO - China Environmental Science. 2008. 28: 9, 813-817. 23 ref.

PU - China Environmental Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The growth rate of Microcystis aeruginosa under different wind wave strength and different nutrient levels was test simulated. The comprehensive friction flow velocity, which is capable of representing the lake current and wave, was selected Lake Taihu hydrodynamic express index. The relation between algae growth rate and comprehensive friction velocity was established. The influence laws of algae kind disturbance under low and medial nutrient levels were similar. The growth was best when the disturbance was 90 r/min, and the influence of algae kind disturbance under high nutrient level varied unobviously. Nutrient had major influence on algae kind growth. The disturbance could change the algae growth variation induced by different nutrient levels. Microcystis aeruginosa in low and medial nutrient levels was most prior: comprehensive friction flow velocity was about 0.133 cm/s, the algae growth rate appeared first index increased by degrees than decreased by degree law with comprehensive friction flow velocity. Lake circumfluent type waters and rivers runoff type waters hydrodynamic action existed obvious variation.

CC - Aquatic Biology and Ecology [MM300]

CC - Water Resources [PP200]

MH - friction

MH - growth

MH - growth rate

MH - hydrodynamics

MH - lakes

MH - nutrients

MH - river water

MH - algae

MH - Microcystis aeruginosa

MH - China

BT - plants

BT - aquatic plants

BT - aquatic organisms

BT - eukaryotes

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Microcystis

BT - Cyanobacteria

BT - Bacteria

BT - prokaryotes

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0S

SS - CA

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZG

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.zghjkx.com.cn

IS - 1000-6923

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093067179

AU - Wu Wei

AU - Hu GengDong

AU - Jin LanXian

AU - Yang Lin

IN - Freshwater Fisheries Research Center, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, Wuxi 214081, China.

MA - wuw@ffrc.cn

TI - Dynamic influence on microorganisms in pond waterbody by the planted float system.

SO - China Environmental Science. 2008. 28: 9, 791-795. 13 ref.

PU - China Environmental Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The planted float system using Ipomoea aquatic as experimental plant in pond waterbody was established, and the influence on the content, and distribution of microorganisms in pond waterbody as well as its nitrogen circulation by the microorganisms in pond waterbody were studied. The planted float system could markedly improve the contents of bacteria such as nitrogen-cycle bacteria and fungi in different layers of pond water, realize the co-existence of microorganisms of different physiological types in the same layer of the waterbody, promote the nitrogen cycle of waterbody and enhance the self-purification of waterbody. The purification effects of this system also related to its area: when occupying 20% of pond area, 39.4%, 51.2%, 49.7% and 65.0% removal rate of TN, NH4+-N,NO2--N,NO3--N achieved after 80 days the system performed.

RN - 7727-37-9

CC - Aquatic Biology and Ecology [MM300]

CC - Water Resources [PP200]

CC - Microbiology (General) [ZZ390]

MH - ammonium nitrogen

MH - aquatic fungi

MH - aquatic plants

MH - microbial activities

MH - microorganisms

MH - nitrate nitrogen

MH - nitrite

MH - nitrogen

MH - nitrogen cycle

MH - ponds

MH - purification

MH - removal

MH - spatial distribution

MH - fungi

MH - Ipomoea aquatica

MH - plants

BT - Ipomoea

BT - Convolvulaceae

BT - Solanales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - ammonia nitrogen

ID - micro-organisms

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0S

SS - CA

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZG

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.zghjkx.com.cn

IS - 1000-6923

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093067178

AU - Wen Li

AU - Fu DaFang

IN - Department of Municipal Engineering, Southeast University, Nanjing 210096, China.

MA - fdf@seu.edu.cn

TI - The phytoremediation of ryegrass on multiple heavy metal soils by two reinforced methods.

SO - China Environmental Science. 2008. 28: 9, 786-790. 20 ref.

PU - China Environmental Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The complex contaminated soil by Cd, Pb and Zn was simulated in the present study based on the investigation of multi-metal pollution of roadside soil along an expressway in Jiangsu Province. Pot culture tests of ryegrass (Lollum multiflorum Lam.) were conducted for 90 days and at the same time two reinforced measures, chelating and mowing were resorted in order to explore the bio-remediate feasibility of the soil contaminated by heavy metals. The maximal BCFs of Cd and Zn by this species were 3.06 and 6.36 when the dosage of the chelating agent, gallic acid reached 5.0 mmol/kg, which increased by 60.2% and 212%, in comparison with the control tests. Ryegrass could be an ideal species for the phytoremediation of soil polluted by Cd and Zn under the dosage of gallic acid at 5.0 mmol/kg. Pb accumulation in the shoot of this plant through proper mowing increased by 34.12% over the control tests, but the absorption and accumulation of Cd and Zn were not enhanced.

RN - 7440-43-9

RN - 149-91-7

RN - 7439-92-1

RN - 7440-66-6

CC - Forage and Fodder Crops [FF007]

CC - Environmental Tolerance of Plants [FF900]

CC - Soil Fertility [JJ600]

CC - Soil Management [JJ900]

CC - Pollution and Degradation [PP600]

CC - Industrial Wastes and Effluents [XX400]

MH - bioremediation

MH - cadmium

MH - chelating agents

MH - chelation

MH - gallic acid

MH - heavy metals

MH - lead

MH - mowing

MH - phytoremediation

MH - polluted soils

MH - roadside soils

MH - simulation

MH - soil pollution

MH - soil types

MH - zinc

MH - Lolium multiflorum

MH - China

MH - Jiangsu

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Eastern China

BT - China

BT - Lolium

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - bioaccumulation

ID - Kiangsu

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0G

SS - 0S

SS - 7Q

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZG

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.zghjkx.com.cn

IS - 1000-6923

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<19>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093067171

AU - Chen GuangYin

AU - Zheng Zheng

AU - Zou XingXing

AU - Yang ShiGuan

IN - State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, School of Environment, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China.

MA - zzheng@nju.edu.cn

TI - Effects of swine feces on anaerobic digestion of water hyacinth.

SO - China Environmental Science. 2008. 28: 10, 898-903. 17 ref.

PU - China Environmental Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The effects of swine feces on the anaerobic digestion process of water hyacinth were studied through batch experiments. Changes of elements analysis and FT-IR of solid substances, pH, VFAs, gas production, TS, VS and TOC content were analysed during the digestion process. Swine feces promote the biogas production, which was up to 351.14 mL/g VS when the swine feces was added, and was higher than that of separately used water hyacinth (33.80%) and swine feces (420.05%). However, pH, removal of VFAs and TOC were not significant. The results of the removal efficiency of TS and VS indicated that swine feces improved the decomposition of water hyacinth. Elements analysis and FT-IR of solid substances further proved that swine feces promoted the removal of carbohydrates. Therefore, adding swine feces was benefit for the decomposition and increasing the biotransformation rate of water hyacinth.

CC - Fermentation Technology and Industrial Microbiology [WW500]

CC - Animal Wastes [XX100]

MH - anaerobic digestion

MH - anaerobic treatment

MH - biological treatment

MH - carbohydrates

MH - decomposition

MH - gas production

MH - organic carbon

MH - pH

MH - pig manure

MH - volatile fatty acids

MH - Eichhornia crassipes

BT - Eichhornia

BT - Pontederiaceae

BT - Liliales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - anaerobic stabilization

ID - hydrogen ion concentration

ID - Pontederiales

ID - potential of hydrogen

ID - saccharides

ID - water hyacinth

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 7D

SS - YB

SS - 0S

SS - CA

SS - BE

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZA

SS - ZG

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.zghjkx.com.cn

IS - 1000-6923

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<20>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093067163

AU - Liu HongYu

AU - Li ZhaoFu

IN - College of Geography, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing 210097, China.

MA - lhy8589@163.com

TI - Spatial characteristics of wetland water quality and land use impacts at spring in the small Sanjiang Plain, China.

SO - China Environmental Science. 2008. 28: 10, 933-937. 18 ref.

PU - China Environmental Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The 25 samples of water quality in wetlands were surveyed at spring in 2005 in the small Sanjiang Plain. With application of organic pollution index and entrophication index, wetland water quality were assessed for the study area. Wetland water quality were mainly threatened by organic pollutants and eutrophication pollutants. Rivers and riparian wetlands had lower level pollution, and wetlands surrounded by agriculture land use suffered higher level pollution. Wetland size and surrounding land use had significant impacts on water quality of wetlands. Large areas of riparian wetlands played important roles in maintaining better water quality of rivers in the small Sanjiang Plain, China.

CC - Water Resources [PP200]

CC - Land Resources [PP300]

CC - Wetlands [PP320]

CC - Pollution and Degradation [PP600]

MH - eutrophication

MH - land use

MH - pollutants

MH - rivers

MH - spring

MH - water pollution

MH - water quality

MH - wetlands

MH - China

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

ID - water composition and quality

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 7S

SS - 0S

SS - CA

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZG

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.zghjkx.com.cn

IS - 1000-6923

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<21>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093067151

AU - Zheng JinWei

AU - He Jian

AU - Wang Zhe

AU - Ni YingYing

AU - Li ShunPeng

IN - Key Laboratory of Microbiological Engineering Agricultural Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, College of Life Science, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, China.

MA - lsp@njau.edu.cn

TI - Isolation, identification and characteristics of a difenoconazole-degrading bacterial strain B2.

SO - China Environmental Science. 2009. 29: 1, 42-46. 11 ref.

PU - China Environmental Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - A bacteria strain B2 capable of utilizing difenoconazole as sole carbon source was isolated from sludge collected from a pesticide manufacturer which has been producing difenoconazole for many years. It was identified as
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