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Rapid transition from continental breakup to igneous oceanic crust in the South China Sea 期刊论文
NATURE GEOSCIENCE, 2018, 卷号: 11, 期号: 10, 页码: 782-+
Authors:  Larsen, H. C.;  Mohn, G.;  Nirrengarten, M.;  Sun, Z.;  Stock, J.;  Jian, Z.;  Klaus, A.;  Alvarez-Zarikian, C. A.;  Boaga, J.;  Bowden, S. A.;  Briais, A.;  Chen, Y.;  Cukur, D.;  Dadd, K.;  Ding, W.;  Dorais, M.;  Ferre, E. C.;  Ferreira, F.;  Furusawa, A.;  Gewecke, A.;  Hinojosa, J.;  Hofig, T. W.;  Hsiung, K. H.;  Huang, B.;  Huang, E.;  Huang, X. L.;  Jiang, S.;  Jin, H.;  Johnson, B. G.;  Kurzawski, R. M.;  Lei, C.;  Li, B.;  Li, L.;  Li, Y.;  Lin, J.;  Liu, C.;  Liu, Z.;  Luna, A. J.;  Lupi, C.;  McCarthy, A.;  Ningthoujam, L.;  Osono, N.;  Peate, D. W.;  Persaud, P.;  Qiu, N.;  Robinson, C.;  Satolli, S.;  Sauermilch, I;  Schindlbeck, J. C.;  Skinner, S.;  Straub, S.;  Su, X.;  Su, C.;  Tian, L.;  Van Der Zwan, F. M.;  Wan, S.;  Wu, H.;  Xiang, R.;  Yadav, R.;  Yi, L.;  Yu, P. S.;  Zhang, C.;  Zhang, J.;  Zhang, Y.;  Zhao, N.;  Zhong, G.;  Zhong, L.
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Effect of domestication on the genetic diversity and structure of Saccharina japonica populations in China 期刊论文
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2017, 卷号: 7
Authors:  Zhang, Jie;  Wang, Xiuliang;  Yao, Jianting;  Li, Qiuying;  Liu, Fuli;  Yotsukura, Norishige;  Krupnova, Tatiana N.;  Duan, Delin
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Effects of different diet combinations on the growth of juvenile abalone (Haliotis asinina Linnaeus) 期刊论文
ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 2014, 卷号: 194, 页码: 106-112
Authors:  Yu, S. N.;  Duan, Z. L.;  Huang, B.;  Wang, Y. L.;  Wang, X. B.;  Li, Y.;  Zhang, S. F.;  Zhang, Y. D.;  Wang, T.;  Qiu, Y.;  Huang, B (reprint author), Hainan Univ, Haikou 570228, Peoples R China.
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