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Variation in the diazotrophic community in a vertical soil profile contaminated with antimony and arsenic
Multiple lines of evidence, including the enrichment of diazotrophic taxa in the highly contaminated sites, microbe–microbe interactions, environment–microbe interactions, and a machine learning approach (random forests regression), demonstrated that Rhizobium was the keystone taxon within the vertical profile of contaminated soil and was resistant to the Sb and As contaminant fractions. All of these observations suggest that one diazotroph, Rhizobium, may play an important role in N fixation in the examined contaminated sites.
2022-07-12
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Research on the Mechanism of Triclosan Degradation by Advanced Oxidation Processes
As an antibacterial agent, triclosan (TCS) is extensively used in toys, textiles and personal care products such as handwashing fluids and toothpastes, resulting in TCS's widespread presence in sediment, sewage, lakes and rivers.
2022-07-05
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In Vivo Analytical Technique Revealed the Mechanism of Metabolic Dysregulation in Plants under Carbamate Pollution
The research developed a new solid-phase microextraction (SPME) in vivo analysis technique based on a nitrogen-rich porous polyaminal.
2022-04-14
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Revealing New Mechanism of Water Electrolysis on CoMo2S4
A low-cost catalytic material CoMo2S4 has been designed and synthesized.
2022-04-14
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Bifunctional Regenerated Cellulose/Polyaniline/Nanosilver Fibers as a Ccatalyst/Bactericide for Water Decontamination
Water sources bear the brunt of adverse effects, which are occupied by massive pollutants, including chemicals and bacteria. Considering that nearly 800 million people currently still lack access to a water purification device and the grave threat of contaminated water to human health, accumulation of chemicals and bacteria contaminated issues in water concern the public increasingly. More seriously, the antibiotics abuse brought the emergence of pathogenic bacterial resistance to antibiotics, which requires new disinfection systems and disposal systems for water purification.
2022-03-11
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Research advances on Regional Heat Islands in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area urban Agglomeration
Rapid urbanization and increasing population have widely caused the urban heat island effect. As the most prominent feature of global urbanization, the urban agglomeration has become an inevitable outcome of regional economic concentration and an advanced spatial organization of highly developed industrialization and urbanization. The decreasing and disappearing distance between cities in an urban agglomeration region can considerably alter the regional thermal environment. Thus, there is an urgent need to reevaluate regional heat island intensity (RHII) in an urban agglomeration scale by considering all cities together instead of from conventional single city perspective. Additionally, most previous studies emphasize the influence of drivers on UHI effect, but how these drivers affect UHI intensity, which is more valuable to guide actionable strategies for UHI mitigation, is poorly understood.
2022-03-08
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In Vivo Analytical Technique Revealed the Mechanism of Metabolic Dysregulation in Plants under Carbamate Pollution
The research team of Institute of Analysis, Guangdong Academy of Sciences (China National Analytical Center Guangzhou), in cooperation with Sun Yat-sen University and Jiangxi Normal University, developed a new solid-phase microextraction (SPME) in vivo analysis technique based on a nitrogen-rich porous polyaminal. The technique was used to track the bioaccumulation and elimination of carbamates and their metabolites, as well as the endogenous metabolic dysregulation behavior, in living Chinese cabbage plants. This contribution provided new and important information regarding exogenous carbamate contamination and related metabolic dysregulation in plants.
2022-03-02
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VV Reduction by Polaromonas Spp. in Vanadium Mine Tailings
 The Weimin Sun research group has recently published an article entitled “VV reduction by Polaromonas spp. in vanadium mine tailings” in the prestigious journal “Environmental Science & Technology”. The study provided an in depth investigation of the microbial responses to elevated vanadium concentration using a combination of the field survey, lab experiments, and bioinformatic analysis.
2021-06-07
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ESNano: New Insights into the Dissimilatory Reductive Dissolution of Different Exposed Facets of Hematite
Recently, the research group of Professor Tongxu Liu from Institute of Eco-environmental and Soil Sciences, Guangdong Academy of Sciences has made new progress on the dissimilatory reductive dissolution of different exposed facets of hematite. This research was published in the journal of Environmental Science: Nano (IF = 7.683) and was selected as Outside Front Cover and Hot Article.
2021-06-07
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