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The Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis; simplified Chinese: 大闸蟹; traditional Chinese: 大閘蟹; pinyin: dàzháxiè; Shanghainese: du6-zaq8-ha5, lit. "big sluice crab"), also known as the Shanghai hairy crab (上海毛蟹, p Shànghǎi máoxiè), is a medium-sized burrowing crab that is named for its furry claws, which resemble mittens. It is native to rivers, estuaries and other coastal habitats of East Asia from Korea in the north to Fujian, China in the south. It has also been introduced to Europe and North America, where it is considered an invasive species.[1][2] The species features on the list of invasive alien species of Union concern.[3] This means that import of the species and trade in the species is forbidden in the whole of the European Union.[4]

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Counterfeit crabs are a problem in the hairy crab industry. Due to the high demand for hairy crabs specifically from Yangcheng Lake, many vendors sell hairy crabs from other lakes and claim they are authentic Yangcheng Lake hairy crabs. Although only 3,000 tons of Yangcheng Lake hairy crabs were harvested in 2012, more than 100,000 tons of supposed "Yangcheng" crabs were sold.[28] [29]

Identifying counterfeit crabs is a hard task, as the Yangcheng Lake hairy crabs look exactly like other hairy crabs. Technology has been implemented to identify fake hairy crabs, such as laser tags, prints, and barcodes, but these are easily forged.[29] Blockchain-based tracing has also been implemented, where caught crabs are entered into a blockchain.[30] However, most of these efforts to catch fake hairy crabs are foiled by "bathing crabs", or crabs that have been imported from elsewhere to be raised in Yangcheng Lake. These crabs usually spend several hours to a couple of weeks in Yangcheng Lake before being sold as real Yangcheng Lake hairy crabs. Efforts to combat bathing crabs are ongoing.[31]

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单叶豆属 Description from Flora of ChinaShrubs or small trees. Leaves 1-foliolate; petiole articulate; leaf blade entire at margin. Inflorescences axillary, paniculate to glomerulate-racemose, small; bracts lanceolate, small, soon falling. Flowers bisexual (when protandrous) or unisexual (when plants dioecious), 4-or 5-merous. Sepals 4 or 5, valvate in bud, densely hairy abaxially, persistent but not enlarged after anthesis. Petals 4 or 5, free, imbricate in bud, longer than sepals. Stamens 2 as many as petals, those opposite sepals well developed, those opposite petals much smaller and staminodal; filaments connate at base into a tube. Carpel 1, somewhat laterally inserted; ovary obliquely ovoid, flattened, hairy; ovules 2, erect, collateral. Style slender, hairy; stigma disk-shaped to 2-lobed, large. Follicle yellowish to brownish when mature, ovoid, tomentose abaxially, slightly to strongly abaxially geniculate, basal part narrowed into a short to long stipe, fertile part dehiscing by a longitudinal slit, with persistent calyx; pericarp woody. Seed 1, ellipsoid, obtuse at both ends; testa mostly black and glossy, basal part covered with a yellowish to orange, thin aril; endosperm ca. 1 mm thick, hard.Between seven and 13 species: mainly in SE Asia, also in tropical E Africa and Madagascar; one species (endemic) in China.

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The leguminous plants, including crop species soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) and model legume species Lotus japonicus and Medicago truncatula , can establish a symbiosis relationship with rhizobia and form root nodules [1]. Rhizobia reduce atmospheric dinitrogen in root nodules to ammonia that is utilized by the host legumes, resulting in improved plant growth for sustainable agriculture [2]. Agrobacterium rhizogenes -mediated hairy root transformation for generating composite plants composed of transgenic roots and wild-type shoot provides a powerful tool for investigating the functions of plant genes involved in legume-rhizobia symbiosis [3]. However, not all the hairy roots induced by A . rhizogenes are transgenic [3, 4]. To facilitate the identification of the transgenic roots, a reporter gene on the binary vector transformed often was employed. In the traditional screening methods of transgenic roots based on reporter genes, the [beta]-glucuronidase (GUS) activity or fluorescent proteins (such as GFP, YFP, RFP, CFP, etc.) were the most widely utilized [1, 5-12]. GUS staining assay is destructive to plant tissues, and an expensive chemical substrate (X-Gluc) is required. Furthermore, the staining buffer includes potassium ferricyanide and potassium ferrocyanide, which are detrimental to human health [4, 13]. A prominent feature of fluorescent proteins is a non-destructive and visual reporter without a requirement of an additional substrate. However, the observation of fluorescent proteins is dependent on fluorescent microscope, and automated fluorescence background of plant tissue often interferes with screening of the transgenic roots [10]. Furthermore, eyes are subject to being sore and uncomfortable to observe fluorescence. Recently, Mitiouchkina et al. [14] reported luminescence Nicotiana benthamiana plants engineered by converting ceffeic acid into luciferin that is visible to the naked eye. However, it is not a convenient operation to integrate four Neonothopanus nambi bioluminescence genes: nnluz (luciferase), nnhisps (hispidin synthase), nnh3h (hispidin-3-hydroxylase) and nncph (caffeoyl pyruvate hydrolase) into plants.

Anthocyanin belongs to flavonoids that benefit for human health and is attributable to coloration of plant organs or tissues. The Arabidopsis AtMyb75 /PRODUCTION OF ANTHOCYANIN PIGMENTS 1 (PAP1 , GenBank No. AY519563) encodes an R2R3 type MYB transcription factor, which regulates the production of anthocyanin [15]. To overcome the drawbacks of traditional methods for selection transgenic hairy roots, here, we developed a novel reporter gene AtMyb75 / PAP1 that can be used in the study of rhizobia-legume symbiosis without interfering with nitrogen-fixing nodule development. AtMyb75 /PAP1 was ectopically expressed in hairy roots-mediated by A . rhizogenes , that induced the purple/red colored anthocyanin accumulation in the legumes soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) with purple hypocotyl, L. japonicus , L. corniculatus , and M. truncatula . Transgenic hairy roots of legumes containing anthocyanin can establish effective symbiosis with rhizobia. The AtMyb75 / PAP1 can be served as a reliable reporter gene was further validated by targeted editing the soybean resistance to nodulation Rfg1 gene by CRISPR/Cas9 system in soybean PI377578 (Nod-) inoculated with Sinorhizobium fredii USDA193....

Whilst conducting botanical explorations of limestone areas in northern Vietnam, we collected some interesting Microchirita specimens from one population within the Xuan Nha Nature Reserve, Son La Province, in north-western Vietnam. These unknown specimens showed similarity with M. hamosa (R.Br.) Yin Z.Wang (Brown 1839; Wang et al. 2011) in having unbranched stem, single basal leaf, cristate inflorescence, white corolla and hairy capsule: however, it differs from M. hamosa by the combination of corolla tube shape, stamens number and the length of pistil. These differences allow us to confirm that it represents a new species of Microchirita, which we describe here.

The new species is only known from a single population in Xuan Nha Nature Reserve, Moc Chau District, Son La Province, north-western Vietnam. This single population has no more than 1000 mature individuals, all growing on moist and shaded rocky surfaces on the cliff. They are easily disturbed by human activities as the known habitat is located in the buffer zone of the Nature Reserve and near the sugar-cane field. The species is provisionally assessed as data deficient (DD), following the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria (IUCN 2022), because more surveys are needed.

First of all, stalk rots and lodging are developing here and there throughout the state. In the fields that I have walked, the stalk rots are occurring in either random plants throughout the field or in many plants in smaller stressed areas of the field. The affected plants are dying prematurely, causing the grain to also mature earlier than expected. 041b061a72


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