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Identification of dissolved and particulate carbonyl compounds produced by marine harmful algal bloom species 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF OCEANOLOGY AND LIMNOLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 37, 期号: 5, 页码: 1566-1581
Authors:  Shang Lixia;  Hu Zhangxi;  Tang Yingzhong
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aldehyde  dinoflagellate  harmful algal blooms (HABs)  heptadienal  octadienal  decadienal  
Metagenomic Sequencing Identifies Highly Diverse Assemblages of Dinoflagellate Cysts in Sediments from Ships' Ballast Tanks 期刊论文
MICROORGANISMS, 2019, 卷号: 7, 期号: 8, 页码: 28
Authors:  Shang, Lixia;  Hu, Zhangxi;  Deng, Yunyan;  Liu, Yuyang;  Zhai, Xinyu;  Chai, Zhaoyang;  Liu, Xiaohan;  Zhan, Zifeng;  Dobbs, Fred C.;  Tang, Ying Zhong
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harmful algal blooms  sediment  metabarcoding  invasive species  dinoflagellate resting cysts  Great Lakes  Chesapeake Bay  Margalefidinium polykrikoides  single-cell PCR  ballast water  
Co-Occurrence of Microcystins and Taste-and-Odor Compounds in Drinking Water Source and Their Removal in a Full-Scale Drinking Water Treatment Plant 期刊论文
TOXINS, 2018, 卷号: 10, 期号: 1, 页码: 17
Authors:  Shang, Lixia;  Feng, Muhua;  Xu, Xiangen;  Liu, Feifei;  Ke, Fan;  Li, Wenchao
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microcystins  taste-and-odor compounds  water source  drinking water treatment plant  cyanobacterial thresholds  
Transcriptomic Analyses of Scrippsiella trochoidea Reveals Processes Regulating Encystment and Dormancy in the Life Cycle of a Dinoflagellate, with a Particular Attention to the Role of Abscisic Acid 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, 2017, 卷号: 8, 页码: 19
Authors:  Deng, Yunyan;  Hu, Zhangxi;  Shang, Lixia;  Peng, Quancai;  Tang, Ying Zhong
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resting cyst  harmful algal blooms (HABs)  dormancy  UHPLC-MS/MS  abscisicacid (ABA)  dinoflagellate  Scrippsiella trochoidea