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Effects of seawater acidification and warming on morphometrics and biomineralization-related gene expression during embryo-larval development of a lightly-calcified echinoderm 期刊论文
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 2024, 卷号: 248, 页码: 8
Authors:  Song, Mingshan;  Huo, Da;  Pang, Lei;  Yu, Zhenglin;  Yang, Xiaolong;  Zhang, Anguo;  Zhao, Ye;  Zhang, Libin;  Yuan, Xiutang
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Less-calcified echinoderm  Apostichopus japonicus  Climate change  Biomineralization  Gene expression  Embryo -larval development  
Transcriptomic Responses of a Lightly Calcified Echinoderm to Experimental Seawater Acidification and Warming during Early Development 期刊论文
BIOLOGY-BASEL, 2023, 卷号: 12, 期号: 12, 页码: 21
Authors:  Zhao, Ye;  Song, Mingshan;  Yu, Zhenglin;  Pang, Lei;  Zhang, Libin;  Karakassis, Ioannis;  Dimitriou, Panagiotis D.;  Yuan, Xiutang
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climate change  muti-stressor  sea cucumber  Apostichopus japonicus  transcriptomics  early development  
Response of Microbial Communities on Culturing Plates of Post-settlement Sea Cucumbers to Seawater Acidification and Warming 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE, 2021, 卷号: 8, 页码: 10
Authors:  Zhang, Hongxia;  Song, Mingshan;  Wang, Lili;  Zhang, Anguo;  Yang, Xiaolong;  Liu, Yongjian;  Yuan, Xiutang
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climate change  microbial community  Apostichopus japonicus  post-settlement  aquaculture system  
Stock Assessment of Hatchery-Released Clam Meretrix meretrix in an Estuary of China From the Perspectives of Population Ecology and Genetic Diversity 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE, 2021, 卷号: 8, 页码: 11
Authors:  Zhang, Anguo;  Li, Hongjun;  Yang, Xiaolong;  Wang, Lili;  Gao, Yangchun;  Song, Mingshan;  Yuan, Xiutang
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Meretrix meretrix  stock enhancement  stock assessment  population dynamics  genetic effect