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Eco-friendly preparation of chitooligosaccharides with different degrees of deacetylation from shrimp shell waste and their effects on the germination of wheat seeds
Xiaodan Fu, Lin Zhu, Li Li, Tan Zhang, Meng Li, Haijin Mou
2019, 1(1): 95-103.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00012-3
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Recent advances in amino acid sensing and new challenges for protein nutrition in aquaculture
Chengdong Liu, Xuan Wang, Huihui Zhou, Kangsen Mai, Gen He
2019, 1(1): 50-59.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00022-1
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Morphogenesis: a focus on marine invertebrates
Zhiyi Lv, Qiongxuan Lu, Bo Dong
2019, 1(1): 28-40.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00016-z
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Cost-reduction strategies in massive genomics experiments
Haichao Li, Kun Wu, Chenchen Ruan, Jiao Pan, Yujin Wang, Hongan Long
2019, 1(1): 15-21.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00013-2
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Our recent progress in epigenetic research using the model ciliate, Tetrahymena thermophila
Ting Cheng, Yuanyuan Wang, Jie Huang, Xiao Chen, Xiaolu Zhao, Shan Gao, Weibo Song
2019, 1(1): 4-14.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00015-0
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Microbial assembly, interaction, functioning, activity and diversifcation: a review derived from community compositional data
Jiwen Liu, Zhe Meng, Xiaoyue Liu, Xiao-Hua Zhang
2019, 1(1): 112-128.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00004-3
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Protective effect of sulfated polysaccharides from a Celluclast-assisted extract of Hizikia fusiforme against ultraviolet B-induced photoaging in vitro in human keratinocytes and in vivo in zebrafsh
Lei Wang, Jae Young Oh, Hye-Won Yang, Hyun Soo Kim, You-Jin Jeon
2019, 1(1): 104-111.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00006-1
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Metabolites from marine invertebrates and their symbiotic microorganisms: molecular diversity discovery, mining, and application
Lu Liu, Yao-Yao Zheng, Chang-Lun Shao, Chang-Yun Wang
2019, 1(1): 60-94.  doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00021-2
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The parasitic dinoflagellate Hematodinium infects marine crustaceans
Caiwen Li, Meng Li, Qian Huang
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00061-z
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Hematodinium is a type of parasitic dinoflagellate that infects marine crustaceans globally. The parasite lives mainly in the hemolymph or hemocoels of affected hosts, and results in mortalities due to malfunction or loss of functions of major organs. In recent years, the parasite had developed into an emerging epidemic pathogen not only affecting wild populations of economically valuable marine crustaceans in western countries but also the sustainable yield of aquaculture of major crabs in China. The epidemics of the parasitic diseases expanded recently in the coastal waters of China, and caused frequent outbreaks in aquaculture of major crab species, especially Portunus trituberculatus and Scylla paramamosain. In addition, the pathogen infected two species of co-cultured shrimps and multiple cohabitating wild crabs, implying it is a significant threat to the sustainable culture of commercially valuable marine crustaceans. In particular, the polyculture system that is widely used along the coast of China may facilitate the spread and transmission of the pathogen. Thus, to provide a better understanding of the biological and ecological characteristics of the parasitic dinoflagellate and highlight important directions for future research, we have reviewed the current knowledge on the taxonomy, life cycle, pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Hematodinium spp. Moreover, ecological countermeasures have been proposed for the prevention and control of the emerging infectious disease.
High abundance and reproductive output of an intertidal limpet (Siphonaria japonica) in environments with high thermal predictability
Jie Wang, Xin Peng, Yun-wei Dong
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00059-7
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The predictability of high temperatures is important for intertidal species for coping with thermal stress. To investigate the roles of high temperature and its predictability on the population abundance and reproductive output of an intertidal rocky shore limpet, Siphonaria japonica, we monitored the operative temperature, recorded the population abundance of egg ribbons and adults, and quantiied the expression of heat shock protein 70 (hsp70) mRNA on two warm-temperate rocky shores with diferent thermal environments. Abundances of limpets and egg ribbons in the hotter but more predictable (HP) habitats were higher than those in the relatively benign and unpredictable (BU) habitats. In the HP habitats, there was a strong positive correlation between habitat temperature and population abundance. For limpets living in the HP habitats, the expression of hsp70 exhibited a smaller increase with rising body temperature than for BU limpets, indicating the existence in HP limpets of a preparatory strategy in cellular stress response against thermal stress. Our results demonstrate that the predictability of operative temperature can afect physiological responses and population dynamics. The importance of predictability should be considered in analyses of the ecological consequences of climate warming.
Characterization of TEMPO-oxidized chitin nanofibers with various oxidation times and its application as an enzyme immobilization support
Rui Chen, Wen-Can Huang, Wei Wang, Xiangzhao Mao
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00054-y
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Chitin nanofibers have recently received increased attention and are considered to be a promising material for a wide range of applications because of their excellent characteristics. In this study, 2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine-1-oxyl (TEMPO)-oxidized chitin nanofibers (CNFs) with various oxidation times were prepared and characterized. CNFs with different oxidation times were then utilized for enzyme immobilization, using chymotrypsin as a model enzyme. The effects of oxidation time on enzyme immobilization were explored. Results showed characteristics of chitin nanofibers can be controlled by adjusting oxidation time. CNFs treated with TEMPO for 360 min showed the lowest crystallinity (79.13 ± 1.43%), the shortest length (241.70 ± 74.61 nm), the largest width (12.67 ± 3.43 nm), and the highest transmittance (73.01% at 800 nm). The activity of immobilized enzymes and enzyme loading showed good correlation to the carboxylate content of CNFs. The enzyme eiciency based on CNFs and the content of carboxylate groups peaked at the oxidization time of 60 min. When the additional amount of chymotrypsins (CTs) was 500 or 2000 mg/g carrier, the highest loading amount of CTs was 307.17 ± 4.08 or 726.82 ± 12.05 mg/g carrier, respectively.
From ecophysiology to cultivation methodology: filling the knowledge gap between uncultured and cultured microbes
Nimaichand Salam, Wen-Dong Xian, Mipeshwaree Devi Asem, Min Xiao, Wen-Jun Li
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Earth is dominated by a myriad of microbial communities, but the majority fails to grow under in situ laboratory conditions. The basic cause of unculturability is that bacteria dominantly occur as biofilms in natural environments. Earlier improvements in the culture techniques are mostly done by optimizing media components. However, with technological advancement particularly in the field of genome sequencing and cell imagining techniques, new tools have become available to understand the ecophysiology of microbial communities. Hence, it becomes easier to mimic environmental conditions in the culture plate. Other methods include co-culturing, emendation of growth factors, and cultivation after physical cell sorting. Most recently, techniques have been proposed for bacterial cultivation by employing genomic data to understand either microbial interactions (network-directed targeted bacterial isolation) or ecosystem engineering (reverse genomics). Hopefully, these techniques may be applied to almost all environmental samples, and help fill the gaps between the cultured and uncultured microbial communities.
Planktonic microbial eukaryotes in polar surface waters:recent advances in high-throughput sequencing
Qian Liu, Qiannan Zhao, Andrew McMinn, Eun Jin Yang, Yong Jiang
Corrected proof  doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00062-y
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Marine microbial eukaryotes are important primary producers and play critical roles in key biogeochemical cycles. Recent advances in sequencing technology have focused attention on the extent of microbial biodiversity, revealing a huge, previously underestimated phylogenetic diversity with many new lineages. This technology has now become the most important tool to understand the ecological significance of this huge and novel diversity in polar oceans. In particular, high-throughput sequencing technologies have been successfully applied to enumerate and compare marine microbial diversity in polar environments. Here, a brief overview of polar microbial eukaryote diversity, as revealed by in-situ surveys of the high-throughput sequencing on 18S rRNA gene, is presented. Using these 'omic' approaches, further attention still needs to be focused on differences between specific locations and/or entire polar oceans and on bipolar comparisons of diversity and distribution.
Grazing by microzooplankton and copepods on the microbial food web in spring in the southern Yellow Sea, China
Yuan Zhao, Yi Dong, Haibo Li, Shiquan Lin, Lingfeng Huang, Tian Xiao, Gerald Gregori, Li Zhao, Wuchang Zhang
Corrected proof  doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00047-x
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Assessment of microzooplankton and copepods grazing pressure on picoplankton is a key requirement for resolving the microbial food web efficiency. Although microzooplankton grazing on picoplankton has been extensively studied, the impact of microzooplankton on different groups of picoplankton, i.e., heterotrophic bacteria, Synechococcus and picoeukaryotes have rarely been compared. Furthermore, in the very few existing studies there is no consistent evidence of an enhancing or restraining effect of copepods on picoplankton. More studies are needed to improve our understanding of the influence of microzooplankton and copepod on picoplankton. Dilution incubations and copepod addition incubations were performed during a cruise to the southern Yellow Sea on May 16–29, 2007. The bulk grazing of microzooplankton and the calanoid copepod Calanus sinicus on phytoplankton, flagellates and picoplankton was estimated. Stations were divided into either eutrophic or oligotrophic according to the nutrient and biological parameters. Picoplankton comprised a large part of the diet of microzooplankton in the central oligotrophic area, while phytoplankton was the main food of microzooplankton in the coastal eutrophic area. In the central oligotrophic area, microzooplankton preferred grazing on Synechococcus. After copepod addition, ciliate abundance decreased while Synechococcus abundance increased (382%, 64% and 64% at three experimental stations, respectively), indicating strong grazing pressure of microzooplankton on Synechococcus. Our results suggest that Synechococcus might be an essential carbon source the planktonic food web in the oligotrophic waters of southern Yellow Sea.
Optimal amounts of coconut oil in diets improve the growth, antioxidant capacity and lipid metabolism of large yellow croaker (Larimichthys crocea)
Tao Ding, Ning Xu, Yongtao Liu, Xueshan Li, Xiaojun Xiang, Dan Xu, Chuanwei Yao, Qiangde Liu, Zhaoyang Yin, Kangsen Mai, Qinghui Ai
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of different dietary coconut oil (CO) levels on growth, antioxidant capacity and lipid metabolism of juvenile large yellow croaker (Larimichthys crocea). Five iso-nitrogen (45% crude protein) and iso-lipid (13% crude lipid) experimental diets were prepared by replacing 0% (the control), 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% fish oil with coconut oil. The results showed that dietary CO had no significant effect on survival rate (SR, P > 0.05). However, the specific growth rate was increased significantly when compared with the control group when fish were fed the diet with 50% CO (P < 0.05). The saturated fatty acids were increased significantly with increasing dietary CO in the liver and muscle, whereas the content of n-3 PUFA was decreased significantly (P < 0.05). The highest activities of glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase in the liver were recorded in fish-fed diet with 50% CO; conversely, the content of malondialdehyde was significantly decreased (P < 0.05). The mRNA expression of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor α, carnitine palmitoyl transferase 1 and acyl-CoA oxidase reached the highest levels in fish-fed diet with 50% CO. To some extent, this indicated that the rapid oxidation reaction of fatty acids to provide energy may be the reason for the rapid growth of large yellow croaker. In conclusion, fish-fed diet with 50% CO increased the growth rate and antioxidant capacity. Therefore, the optimal replacement level of CO to FO in the diet should be 50%.
Morphology, taxonomy and molecular phylogeny of three marine peritrich ciliates, including two new species: Zoothamnium apoarbuscula n. sp. and Z. apohentscheli n. sp. (Protozoa, Ciliophora, Peritrichia)
Tong Wu, Yuqing Li, Borong Lu, Zhuo Shen, Weibo Song, Alan Warren
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Zoothamnium is a speciose genus, most species of which have incomplete morphological data based on modern criteria. In the present study, the morphology of three species of Zoothamnium, i.e., Z. apoarbuscula n. sp., Z. apohentscheli n. sp., and Z. alternans, collected in Qingdao, China, was revealed using living observation and silver staining. In addition, the SSU rDNA of each species was sequenced for phylogenetic analyses. Zoothamnium apoarbuscula n. sp. is characterized by its umbellate colony which is up to 900 μm high, dichotomously branched stalk, differentiation of zooids, and infundibular polykinety 3 comprising three equal-length ciliary rows. Zoothamnium apohentscheli n. sp is characterized by its large colony up to 1700 μm high, alternately branched stalk, and infundibular polykinety 3 comprising three equal-length ciliary rows. A population of Z. alternans is described in detail. Phylogenetic analyses based on SSU rDNA sequence data revealed that species with an alternately branched stalk cluster together in gene trees and probably represent an independent lineage within the genus Zoothamnium.
Applications of chitosan-based biomaterials: a focus on dependent antimicrobial properties
Zhenwei Deng, Ting Wang, Xiguang Chen, Ya Liu
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Marine-derived chitosan has been widely examined for its use in developing biomedical materials. Not only is it non-toxic, biocompatible, and degradable, it has also shown unique antimicrobial properties. The antimicrobial properties of chitosan are restricted by neutral and physiological conditions because it is insoluble in water and its pKa values is 6.5. One solution to this problem is to graft chemically modified groups onto the backbone of chitosan. The aim of this paper is to review the mode of antimicrobial action of chitosan and chitosan derivatives. Using chitosan alone may not meet the demands of various applications. However, the introduction of additional polymers and antimicrobial agents is commonly used to enhance the antimicrobial potential of chitosan-based biomaterials. Chitosan-based composite biomaterials have been developed that allow diversified formulations to broaden applications, including nanoparticles, hydrogels, films, sponges, fibers, or even microspheres. These along with recent advances on chitosan-based composite biomaterials used for wound healing, food packaging, textile sector, 3D printing and dental materials, were reviewed in detail.
Minireview: The role of viruses in marine photosynthetic bioflms
Andrew McMinn, Yantao Liang, Min Wang
2020, 2(3): 203-208.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00042-2
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Microphytobenthos and sea ice algae comprise globally significant photosynthetic biofilms. While their microalgal and bacterial constituents are well characterized,there is very little information on their viral communities or on the virus-bacteria and virus-algae interactions within them. While high levels of interaction might be expected because of the high density of cells,infection rates,particularly of microalgae,have been found to be low. It remains unclear whether this is a result of environment characteristics,developed resistance or because of the small number of studies.
Redescription of five tintinnine ciliates (Alveolata: Ciliophora: Oligotrichea) from coastal waters of Qingdao, China
Yang Bai, Rui Wang, Wen Song, Suzuki Toshikazu, Xiaozhong Hu
2020, 2(3): 209-221.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00034-2
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Tintinnine ciliates are widely distributed around the world and are characterized by the possession of a lorica that is highly diverse in structure and morphology. In the present study, five tintinnines, namely Tintinnopsis cf. radix, T. everta Kofoid and Campbell, 1929, T. mulctrella Kofoid and Campbell, 1929, Eutintinnus inflatus Marshall, 1969, and Favella ehrenbergii (Claparède and Lachmann, 1858) Jörgensen, 1924, were collected from coastal waters of Qingdao, China. Three are newly recorded from China, i.e., T. everta, T. mulctrella, and E. inflatus. The morphology of the lorica and cell proper of all five species are described and compared with original and subsequent descriptions. The morphology in vivo of the lorica and cell proper of all five species are described and compared with original and subsequent descriptions. In addition, the ciliary patterns of F. ehrenbergii and T. cf. radix are revealed based on protargol-stained specimens.
cDNA cloning of four Hsp genes from Agarophyton vermiculophyllum and transcription analysis in different phases
Xiaohui Pan, Weifang Zhu, Di Xu, Hongyan Yang, Xiaofei Cao, Zhenghong Sui
2020, 2(3): 222-230.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00049-9
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Agarophyton vermiculophyllum is an agarophytic red alga originating from Northeast Asia that successfully spread to Europe and North America in the last 20 years. In this study, three hsp70 genes (hsp70-1, hsp70-2, and hsp70-3) and one hsp90 gene were cloned, and real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-qPCR) was used to measure their transcriptional levels in three kinds of thalli (tetrasporophytes, and male/female gametophytes) belonging to diploid or haploid phases in the life cycle of A. vermiculophyllum. The results show that the three Hsp70s in A. vermiculophyllum clustered into three different groups, and the locations of the putative Hsp70-1, Hsp70-2, and Hsp70-3 were in the cytoplasm, endoplasmic reticulum and chloroplast, respectively, according to their sequences. Beside on the same research, the putative Hsp90 was supposed to have a cytoplasmic location. The RT-qPCR results show that the three hsp70 genes were highly upregulated in gametophytes as compared to tetrasporophytes but the transcriptional level of hsp90 did not show such a significant increase. The chloroplast hsp70-3 exhibited the highest upregulation and the transcriptional level increased more than 570 fold in female gametophytes, and 17 fold in male gametophytes, compared with tetrasporophytes. Therefore, cpHsp70-3 might act more like a chaperon molecule involved in haploid development under natural condition, while Hsp70-1 and Hsp70-2 were more active in stress resistance.
Vibrio harveyi: a serious pathogen of fish and invertebrates in mariculture
XiaoHua Zhang, Xinxin He, Brian Austin
2020, 2(3): 231-245.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00037-z
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Vibrio harveyi, which belongs to family Vibrionaceae of class Gammaproteobacteria, includes the species V. carchariae and V. trachuri as its junior synonyms. The organism is a well-recognized and serious bacterial pathogen of marine fish and invertebrates, including penaeid shrimp, in aquaculture. Diseased fish may exhibit a range of lesions, including eye lesions/blindness, gastro-enteritis, muscle necrosis, skin ulcers, and tail rot disease. In shrimp, V. harveyi is regarded as the etiological agent of luminous vibriosis in which affected animals glow in the dark. There is a second condition of shrimp known as Bolitas negricans where the digestive tract is filled with spheres of sloughed-off tissue. It is recognized that the pathogenicity mechanisms of V. harveyi may be different in fish and penaeid shrimp. In shrimp, the pathogenicity mechanisms involved the endotoxin lipopolysaccharide, and extracellular proteases, and interaction with bacteriophages. In fish, the pathogenicity mechanisms involved extracellular hemolysin (encoded by duplicate hemolysin genes), which was identified as a phospholipase B and could inactivate fish cells by apoptosis, via the caspase activation pathway. V. harveyi may enter the so-called viable but nonculturable (VBNC) state, and resuscitation of the VBNC cells may be an important reason for vibriosis outbreaks in aquaculture. Disease control measures center on dietary supplements (including probiotics), nonspecific immunostimulants, and vaccines and to a lesser extent antibiotics and other antimicrobial compounds.
Radiographic and tomographic description of marlin sucker Remora osteochir, Pisces: Echeneidae—preliminary data of one specimen
André Luiz Veiga Conrado, Renata Stecca Iunes, Carlos Eduardo Malavasi Bruno, Aline Tiemi Shiraishi Rocha, José Roberto Machado Cunha da Silva
2020, 2(3): 246-251.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00036-0
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Remoras are commensal fish of various marine species, such as sharks, swordfishes, turtles, dolphins, manta rays and whales. One specimen of marlin sucker Remora osteochir was evaluated using computed tomography for skeletal digital reconstruction, digital radiology for general evaluation and bone counting, and the double contrast technique to distinguish coelomic organs. In radiographic images, it was possible to observe otoliths in the center of the neurocranium, to count 27 vertebrae, nine pairs of ribs, and to detect the presence of the hipural and epural bones near of the caudal fin. In double contrast images, it was possible to visualize the swim bladder, gills, heart, liver, stomach and intestines. From the tomographic images and reconstructions, it was possible to identify the intercalar bones of the cephalic disc; the spine with vertebral bodies composed of neural arches and ventral ribs; and the pectoral girdle formed by posttemporal, cleithrum and scapulocoracoid bones. It was concluded that digital radiology and computed tomography were able to describe anatomical structures of marlin sucker R. osteochir without the need for dissection.
Glutathione S-transferase genes in scallops and their diverse expression patterns after exposure to PST-producing dinofagellates
Jiarun Lou, Jie Cheng, Xiaogang Xun, Xu Li, Moli Li, Xiangchao Zhang, Tingting Li, Zhenmin Bao, Xiaoli Hu
2020, 2(3): 252-261.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00050-2
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The glutathione S-transferases (GSTs) are a superfamily of enzymes that function in cellular protection against toxic substances and oxidative stress. Bivalves could accumulate high concentration of paralytic shellfish toxins (PSTs) from harmful algae. To understand the possible involvement of GSTs in protecting bivalves during PST accumulation and metabolism,the GST genes were systemically analyzed in two cultured scallops,Azumapecten farreri and Mizuhopecten yessoensis,which were reported for PST deposition during harmful algae bloom. A total of 35 and 37 GSTs were identified in A. farreri (AfGSTs) and M. yessoensis (MyGSTs) genome,respectively,and the expansion of the sigma class from the cytosolic subfamily was observed. In both scallop species,sigma class GSTs showed higher expression than other members. The high GSTs expression was detected mainly during/after larvae stages and in the two most toxic organs,hepatopancreas and kidney. After ingesting PST-producing dinoflagellates,all the regulated AfGSTs in the hepatopancreas were from the sigma class,but with opposite regulation pattern between Alexandrium catenella and A. minutum exposure. In scallop kidneys,where PSTs transformed into higher toxicity,more AfGSTs were regulated than in the hepatopancreas,and most of them were from the sigma class,with similar regulation pattern between A. catenella and A. minutum exposure. In M. yessoensis exposed to A. catenella,MyGST-σ2 was the only up-regulated MyGST in both hepatopancreas and kidney. Our results suggested the possible diverse function of scallop GSTs and the importance of sigma class in the defense against PSTs,which would contribute to the adaptive evolution of scallops in marine environments.
The differentiation of iron-reducing bacterial community and iron reduction activity between riverine and marine sediments in the Yellow River estuary
Hongxia Zhang, Fanghua Liu, Shiling Zheng, Lei Chen, Xiaoli Zhang, Jun Gong
2020, 2(1): 87-96.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00001-6
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Microbial assembly, interaction, functioning, activity and diversifcation: a review derived from community compositional data
Jiwen Liu, Zhe Meng, Xiaoyue Liu, Xiao-Hua Zhang
2019, 1(1): 112-128.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00004-3
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Methods for the diagnosis of bacterial fish diseases
Brian Austin
2019, 1(1): 41-49.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00002-5
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Our recent progress in epigenetic research using the model ciliate, Tetrahymena thermophila
Ting Cheng, Yuanyuan Wang, Jie Huang, Xiao Chen, Xiaolu Zhao, Shan Gao, Weibo Song
2019, 1(1): 4-14.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00015-0
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Vertical variation in Vibrio community composition in Sansha Yongle Blue Hole and its ability to degrade macromolecules
Bei Li, Jiwen Liu, Shun Zhou, Liang Fu, Peng Yao, Lin Chen, Zuosheng Yang, Xiaolei Wang, Xiao-Hua Zhang
2020, 2(1): 60-72.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00003-4
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Eco-friendly preparation of chitooligosaccharides with different degrees of deacetylation from shrimp shell waste and their effects on the germination of wheat seeds
Xiaodan Fu, Lin Zhu, Li Li, Tan Zhang, Meng Li, Haijin Mou
2019, 1(1): 95-103.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00012-3
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Effects of Bacillus subtilis on hepatic lipid metabolism and oxidative stress response in grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) fed a high-fat diet
Hui Zhao, Yan'er Luo, Yongan Zhang, Xiaoxuan Chen, Hui Wang, Daoyuan Guo, Zhixin Wu
2020, 2(1): 50-59.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00005-2
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Recent advances in amino acid sensing and new challenges for protein nutrition in aquaculture
Chengdong Liu, Xuan Wang, Huihui Zhou, Kangsen Mai, Gen He
2019, 1(1): 50-59.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00022-1
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Chemical diversity and biological function of indolediketopiperazines from marine-derived fungi
Jin Cao, Bin-Gui Wang
2020, 2(1): 31-40.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-019-00023-0
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Diversity of culturable heterotrophic bacteria from the Mariana Trench and their ability to degrade macromolecules
Xiuxiu Zhao, Jiwen Liu, Shun Zhou, Yanfen Zheng, Yanhong Wu, Kazuhiro Kogure, Xiao-Hua Zhang
2020, 2(2): 181-193.   doi: 10.1007/s42995-020-00027-1
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Marine Life Science & Technology

(Started in 2019)

  • Editor-in-Chief: Weibo Song
  • Executive Deputy Editor: Xiao-Hua Zhang
  • Frequency of Publication: Quarterly
  • ISSN: 2096-6490
  • eISSN: 2662-1746
  • CN:    37-1519/Q