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A homotetrameric hemoglobin expressed in alveolar epithelial cell increases blood oxygenation in high-altitude plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae)

The plateau pika ( Ochotona curzoniae ) is native to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau . In this study , the gene that encodes a heme-binding protein in the pulmonary surfactant ( PS ) of the pika is identified .Therefore , s...

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Grazing pressure index considering both wildlife and livestock in Three-River Headwaters, Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau

Grassland is not only the natural habitats for the survival of wild animals, but also the material guarantees for livestock husbandry. However, the previous studies on grassland carrying capacity are mostly only consi...

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Long read genome assemblies complemented by single cell RNA-sequencing reveal genetic and cellular mechanisms underlying the adaptive evolution of yak

Yak is one of the largest ruminants living in the areas with the highest average altitude in the world and physiologically adapted to hypoxic and cold environment. The domestic yak normally lives between 3000 and 5000...

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Genotyping-by-sequencing and genome-wide association study reveal genetic diversity and loci controlling agronomic traits in triticale

Triticale (×Triticosecale Wittmack) is an economically important grain forage and energy crop planted worldwide for its high biomass. Little is known about the genetic diversity and loci underlying agronomic traits i...

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Captivity Shifts Gut Microbiota Communities in White-Lipped Deer (Cervus albirostris)

Captivity is a common conservation method for endangered animals. However, a growing number of recent studies have shown that some animals in captivity might be in sub-health condition. The gut microbiota has been des...

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