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Deficit Drip Irrigation Techniques Help to Improve Cotton Production in Xinjiang: Study[Jun 20, 2018]

Dr. ZENG Fanjiang and Dr. GUI Dongwei from the Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, in collaboration with Dr. Muhammad Shareef from Pakistan, explored the drought adaptive and productivity potential of cotton in the desert environment with the use of deficit drip irrigation technique.

Gastrodia angusta;orchid;traditional medicine;amendment;lectotype;epitype;Shiping

Researchers Designate Lectotype and Epitype of Gastrodia angusta[Jun 19, 2018]

During a recent botanical survey of Chinese medicine plants in the same locality at Longpeng Town, Shiping County, Yunnan Province, China, researchers from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden collected some Gastrodia plants. They were very similar to Gastrodia angusta.

climate change;tropical atmospheric circulation;precipitation

Scientists Describe Responses of Tropical Atmospheric Circulation to Climate Change[Jun 20, 2018]

An international team describes the climate change-induced responses of the tropical atmospheric circulation and their impacts on the hydrological cycle. Their review also depicts the theoretically predicted changes and diagnoses physical mechanisms for observational and model-projected trends in large-scale and regional climate.

I;Loess;Chinese Loess Plateau;geological dating

Scientists Explore Terrestrial 129I Dating by Investigating Chinese Loess[Jun 19, 2018]

By using the newly established "carrier free iodine coprecipitation" separation method, scientists from the Institute of Earth Environment investigated the iodine isotopes, 129I and 127I, in the loess-paleosol sections from the Chinese Loess Plateau (CLP).

titanium oxide;hybrid nanocluster;optical limiting effect;Ti-O;noble-metal;nanocluster

Two Hybrid Nanoclusters of Noble-metal and Titanium Oxide Display Structure Dependent Optical Limiting Effects[Jun 12, 2018]

Recently, Prof. ZHANG Jian's group at Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter successfully obtained the first two hybrid nanoclusters of noble-metal and titanium oxide which display structure dependent optical limiting effects. The study presented a breakthrough in the construction of hybrid noble-metal/Ti-O nanoclusters.

rifamycin;biosynthesis;tuberculosis

Scientists Elucidate Long Mystery on Late Rifamycin Biosynthesis[Jun 19, 2018]

A research team led by Prof. LI Shengying from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology and their collaborators completely elucidated the long mystery on late rifamycin biosynthesis. This work revises the previous biosynthetic model that was proposed by Ghisalba et al. 36 years ago.

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