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Brodetalla avium.

SO - China Poultry. 2008. 30: 6, 18-20. 15 ref.

PU - Editorial Board on China Poultry

LP - Jiangsu

CP - China

AB - Thirty-two Brodetalla avium isolates were isolated from chickens affected by nasosinusitis and ophthalmia in different areas of Jiangsu Province, China. Based on morphology observation, bacterial culture test, haemagglutination test, biochemical parameters, animal infection test and antibiotics sensitivity test, it is found that all the isolates formed smooth, convex and pearly colony on the MacConkey agar medium, produced beta haemocytolysis on the blood agar medium and haemagglutinated red blood cell of chicken. Meanwhile, their urease test and nitrite reduction test were positive. All the isolates did not grow in 6.5% NaCl broth, and did not utilize sugar. All the isolates were identified as Bordetalla avium, a type of movable, nonendosporous, gram negative and tiny bacillus. Among 21 common antibiotics (such as norfloxacin, gentamicin and Amikacin), all the isolates were the most sensitive to norfloxacin.

RN - 37517-28-5

RN - 39831-55-5

RN - 1403-66-3

RN - 1405-41-0

RN - 7647-14-5

RN - 70458-96-7

RN - 9002-13-5

CC - Pesticides and Drugs (General) [HH400]

CC - Animal Physiology and Biochemistry (Excluding Nutrition) [LL600]

MH - amikacin

MH - antibiotics

MH - characterization

MH - eye diseases

MH - gentamicin

MH - haemagglutination

MH - haemagglutination tests

MH - norfloxacin

MH - ophthalmia

MH - poultry

MH - sodium chloride

MH - urease

MH - Bacillus (Bacteria)

MH - fowls

MH - China

MH - Jiangsu

BT - Bacillaceae

BT - Bacillales

BT - Bacilli

BT - Firmicutes

BT - Bacteria

BT - prokaryotes

BT - Gallus gallus

BT - Gallus

BT - Phasianidae

BT - Galliformes

BT - birds

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - poultry

BT - eukaryotes

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Eastern China

BT - China

ID - chickens

ID - domesticated birds

ID - hemagglutination

ID - hemagglutination tests

ID - Kiangsu

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0V

SS - 7A

SS - 0I

SS - CA

SS - VE

SS - ZA

SS - QV

SS - ZS

IS - 1004-6364

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013635

AU - He Xia

AU - Yang ZhiMin

AU - Xu YingChun

IN - College of Horticulture, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Identification of cell membrane stability of leaf from different Festuca arundinacea varieties after treatment of high temperature.

SO - Chinese Journal of Grassland. 2008. 30: 2, 74-78. 12 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Grassland of China

LP - Inner Mongolia

CP - China

AB - The seeds of 14 Festuca arundinacea varieties were cultured in pots. When their seedlings were at the stage of three leaves plus one core, the 2 middle leaves were sampled, filled in tube and then placed in 50 degrees C water bath for 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 minutes to determine their relative electronic conductivity. According to the semi-lethal time, which was derived from the sigmoidal curve, the heat tolerance of the 14 varieties was compared. The strongest heat tolerance was recorded in the varieties TF01 and TF05, the second strongest in the varieties TF03, TF13, TF16, TF06, TF07, TF19, TF08 and TF14, the third in the varieties TF11, TF10 and TF18, and the weakest in the varieties TF12.

CC - Environmental Tolerance of Plants [FF900]

MH - grasses

MH - heat resistance

MH - heat tolerance

MH - identification

MH - leaves

MH - seedlings

MH - seeds

MH - tolerance

MH - varieties

MH - Festuca

MH - Poaceae

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

BT - Festuca

ID - Festuca elatior

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0G

SS - 0P

SS - CA

SS - EC

SS - PL

SS - ZS

IS - 1673-5021

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013621

AU - Liu LianMei

AU - Wang HongTao

AU - Qu HaiYong

AU - Zhang ShaoLing

IN - College of Horticulture, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Changes of isoenzymes patterns and activities of several enzymes during the development of fruits in pear cv. Dangshansu.

SO - Plant Physiology Communications. 2008. 44: 3, 441-444. 13 ref.

PU - Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), Scientech Documentation and Information Centre

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - Studies on the biological indexes of pear fruits were carried out after flowering for 10 days at 5-day intervals by SDS-PAGE. The results showed that the band number of isoenzymes and activities of peroxidase (POD) and polyphenols oxidase (PPO) increased during development of young fruits then decreased and trended to stability. A new special band of POD was observed after flowering for 90 days. The activity of SOD had no obvious changes throughout the whole development period.

RN - 903-99-0

CC - Horticultural Crops [FF003]

MH - enzyme activity

MH - enzymes

MH - flowering

MH - fruits

MH - isoenzymes

MH - oxidoreductases

MH - pears

MH - peroxidase

MH - peroxidases

MH - polyphenols

MH - Pyrus

MH - Pyrus communis

BT - Pyrus

BT - Rosaceae

BT - Rosales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - anthesis

ID - isozymes

ID - pear

ID - redox enzymes

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 7Q

SS - 0C

SS - CA

SS - HO

SS - ZS

IS - 0412-0922

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013613

AU - Li XiaoHui

AU - Huang JingHua

AU - Wang Yan

AU - Liu Qing

AU - Yang Liu

IN - College of Agriculture, Guangxi University, Nanjing 530004, Guangxi, China.

TI - Detection of 2,4-dihydroxy-7-methoxy-1,4-benzoxazin-3-one (DIMBOA) in different maize varieties by HPLC.

SO - Journal of Maize Sciences. 2008. 16: 2, 46-49. 13 ref.

PU - Editorial Committee of the Journal of Maize Science

LP - Jilin

CP - China

AB - The DIMBOA is an important anti-fungal and anti-insect secondary metabolite in maize plant. The purpose of this paper was to detect the DIMBOA content in the etiolated seedlings of different varieties by HPLC. Detection results indicated that the DIMBOA was found in the etiolated seedlings of all the varieties (tabulated in the paper). Significant differences in the DIMBOA content were found among different varieties with the same plant type (i.e., compact, semi-compact or flat type). The DIMBOA content in the common maize was significantly higher than that in the sweet wavy maize. The common maize varieties Zhangda 619, Liangyou 18, Zhongnongda 67, Qiandan 22, Taiyu 11 and Xinfen 6 gave a higher DIMBOA content than others, and so they might be used as the first choice materials of developing maize varieties with strong resistance.

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

MH - maize

MH - secondary metabolites

MH - seedlings

MH - varieties

MH - Zea mays

BT - Zea

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - corn

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0Q

SS - 6P

SS - 0P

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - PL

SS - ZS

IS - 1005-0906

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013590

AU - Yan Wei

AU - Cai ShiBin

AU - Wu JiZhong

AU - Ren LiJuan

AU - Zhang XianYi

AU - Wu XiaoYou

IN - Institute of Food Crops, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Nanjing 210014, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Molecular marker analysis and preliminary QTL mapping for wheat spindle streak mosaic bymovirus resistance.

SO - Journal of Triticeae Crops. 2008. 28: 5, 900-904. ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Journal of Triticeae Crops

LP - Shaanxi

CP - China

AB - Wheat spindle streak mosaic disease (WSSM), which is caused by wheat yellow mosaic virus (WYMV) and transmitted by soil-borne fungi, results in significant yield losses in wheat in China. Development of resistant varieties is the most effective and economical method to control this disease. The identification and utilization of new genetic resources with the resistance will lay solid foundation for the development of new varieties with the resistance to WYMV. ARz, a germplasm derived from wheat-rye translocation, showed stable resistance for several years. To understand the genetical mechanism and identify the resistance loci in ARz, a genetic map was constructed using a recombinant inbred lines (RIL) population (F9) derived from the cross between ARz and a susceptible variety Yangmai158. In phynotype observation in 3 successive years of the parents and RILs, WSSM were scored in a diseased nursery in Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Nanjing, and ARz showed moderate resistance, Yangmai 158 was highly susceptible and RILs exhibited different disease scales in spindle streak mosaic disease resistance. By using marker regression analysis, 4 SSR markers associated with the resistance to WSSM, explaining 2.33-25.76% of phenotypic variance, were found based on the phenotyping data. A QTL (near to Xgwm 608) was detected on Chromosome 2D by interval mapping analysis, which could explain 24.7% of the phenotypic variance. Marker Xgwm 608 was co-dominantly or dominantly linked with the gene responsible for WSSM resistance at a distance of 1.7 cM. Based on the wheat Physical Genetic integration map, the resistance QTL derived from ARz was thus mapped on the long arm of chromosome 2D (2DL).

CC - Agriculture (General)[AA000]

CC - Host Resistance and Immunity [HH600]

CC - Plant Breeding and Genetics [FF020]

CC - Molecular Biology and Molecular Genetics [ZZ360]

CC - Genetics and Molecular Biology of Microorganisms [ZZ395]

CC - Biological Resources (General) [PP700]

CC - Plant Production [FF100]

CC - Viral, Bacterial and Fungal Diseases of Plants [FF610]

CC - Plant Morphology and Structure [FF030]

CC - Plant Water Relations [FF062]

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

MH - agricultural sciences

MH - disease resistance

MH - gene mapping

MH - genetic mapping

MH - genetic markers

MH - genetic resources

MH - germplasm

MH - identification

MH - inbred lines

MH - losses

MH - molecular genetics

MH - new variety

MH - nurseries

MH - pest resistance

MH - phenotypes

MH - plant breeding

MH - plant diseases

MH - plant pathogens

MH - plant viruses

MH - quantitative trait loci

MH - regression analysis

MH - resistance

MH - simple sequence repeats

MH - susceptibility

MH - translocation

MH - utilization

MH - varieties

MH - wheat

MH - yield losses

MH - yields

MH - Bymovirus

MH - fungi

MH - Triticum

MH - Wheat spindle streak mosaic virus

MH - Wheat yellow mosaic virus

MH - China

MH - Jiangsu

BT - Potyviridae

BT - positive-sense ssRNA viruses

BT - ssRNA viruses

BT - RNA viruses

BT - viruses

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - eukaryotes

BT - Eastern China

BT - China

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - Bymovirus

ID - biochemical genetics

ID - gene resources

ID - Kiangsu

ID - phytopathogens

ID - pure lines

ID - resistance to disease

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0M

SS - 0Q

SS - 7B

SS - 7Q

SS - 6C

SS - 6T

SS - 0P

SS - CA

SS - AG

SS - PE

SS - CR

SS - EC

SS - PL

SS - QC

SS - ZG

SS - QI

SS - ZS

IS - 1009-1041

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013585

AU - Feng Wei

AU - Yao Xia

AU - Zhu Yan

AU - Tian YongChao

AU - Cao WeiXing

IN - Nanjing Agricultural University/Hi-Tech Key Laboratory of Information Agriculture of Jiangsu Province, Nanjing 210095, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Monitoring leaf nitrogen concentration by hyperspectral remote sensing in wheat.

SO - Journal of Triticeae Crops. 2008. 28: 5, 851-860. 25 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Journal of Triticeae Crops

LP - Shaanxi

CP - China

AB - Non-destructive quick assessment of leaf nitrogen concentration was carried out in three successive wheat growing seasons (2003-06) in China to investigate the quantitative relationships of leaf nitrogen concentration to canopy hyperspectral reflectance in wheat in field experiments, in which different types of wheat were grown and supplied with N at different rates. Nitrogen concentration in wheat leaf increased with nitrogen rates, and canopy spectral reflectance varied significantly under different leaf nitrogen concentrations. Bands of highest sensitivity occurred in the visible light region and the near infrared region, and a close correlation existed between red-edge district and leaf nitrogen concentrations. The area and red edge spectral parameters (
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