Environmental Genomics

Environmental genomics deals with large-scale sequence-based information obtained from environmental samples to link organismal capabilities, organism–environment interactions, functional diversity, ecosystem processes, evolution and Earth history. Discover the latest research on Environmental Genomics here.

October 25, 2021

[Microbiological characteristics of patients with severe burns caused by blast and application of meta- genomics next-generation sequencing in the detection of pathogenic microorganisms].

Zhonghua shao shang za zhi = Zhonghua shaoshang zazhi = Chinese journal of burns
R B LuoC M Han
October 26, 2021

[Precision diagnostics in clinical microbiology].

Läkartidningen
Christian G GiskeJan Albert
October 26, 2021
Open Access

The global significance of biodiversity science in China: an overview.

National Science Review
Xiangcheng MiKeping Ma
October 26, 2021

Low-Resolution Raman Spectroscopy for the detection of contaminant species in algal bioreactors.

The Science of the Total Environment
E Adejimi OlubunmiH Shapiro Orr
October 26, 2021

Significant impact of seasonality, verticality and biofilm on element accumulation of aquatic macrophytes.

Environmental Pollution
Attila I EnglonerMihály Óvári
October 22, 2021

Honeybees as a biomonitoring species to assess environmental airborne pollution in different socioeconomic city districts.

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
Émilie GrenierIsabelle Goupil-Sormany
October 22, 2021

Target and Suspect Screening of Urinary Biomarkers for Current-Use Pesticides: Application of a Simple Extraction Method.

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Zhoubing HuangJing You
October 22, 2021

Seasonal migration patterns and the maintenance of evolutionary diversity in a cryptic bird radiation.

Molecular Ecology
Qindong TangManuel Schweizer
October 23, 2021

Comparing the concentrations of heavy metals on two bivalve species in Santos Bay/Brazil: subsides to understanding the assimilation dynamic of bivalve contaminants.

Water Environment Research : a Research Publication of the Water Environment Federation
Patricia Farias de SouzaEstefan Monteiro da Fonseca

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