Binsong Jin

Binsong Jin
Hangzhou Normal University | HNU · College of Life and Environmental Sciences

PhD

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July 2010 - February 2022
Nanchang University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (30)
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Diplolaimella is a ubiquitous cosmopolitan genus, but information on the life cycles of its species is limited. Here, we describe the life cycle of a free-living bacterivorous nematode, Diplolaimella stagnosa, and report the effects of temperature and food availability on its population dynamics. Specimens were primarily collected from the intertid...
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Biological invasions are a significant component of current global environmental change that affect biodiversity as well as ecosystem processes and services. The red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) is one of the most invasive species worldwide, with a documented ability to deplete basal food resources and alter the structure of aquatic food we...
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The Yangtze River contains the highest fish diversity and most important inland fishery resources in China, but its biota and ecosystem services face an uncertain future. The river and its basin have undergone vast changes from centuries of human impacts, and fish stocks are in a particularly dire situation. A complete 10- year moratorium on commer...
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With the population increasing, fish communities, as important components in the river system, were inescapably impacted by human activities. To investigate these impacts, we characterized the fish community's composition by environmental DNA metabarcoding in the urban and suburban sites along Xiang River in central China. The results showed that 3...
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Anthropogenic habitat alteration interferes the natural aquatic habitats and the system's hydrodynamics in the Yangtze River floodplain lakes, resulting in a serious decline in freshwater biodiversity. Zooplankton communities possess major position in freshwater ecosystems, which play essential parts in maintaining biological balance of freshwater...
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• Extensive studies have shown that the relationship between flooding duration and wetland plant biomass is context specific. The underlying mechanisms, however, are uncertain. A likely explanation is that flooding has both direct effects by exerting stress on plants and indirect effects by affecting soil nutrient availability. The net effect would...
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Hydrological variations have substantial effects on the diversity and composition of soil bacterial communities in wetlands. At the spatial scale, the responses of soil bacterial diversity and composition to hydrological variations in wetlands have been extensively investigated. However, at the temporal scale, especially at the inter-annual scale,...
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Purpose The main objective of this research was to examine the effects of inter-annual water regime variation on soil and plant characteristics, and soil–vegetation relationship at the lakeshore wetland of Poyang Lake, China. Materials and methods Six transects which paralleled the lakeshore were established at a typical Carex lakeshore wetland of...
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Aims Plant community assembly in wetlands usually change with elevation gradients, which may be due to the direct effect of flooding and indirect effects such as changes in soil properties and competition. However, the respective importance of each factor remains to be investigated. Methods We investigated patterns of plant diversity, community bio...
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The Yangtze River and its watershed have undergone vast changes resulting from centuries of human impacts, yet ecological knowledge of the system is limited. The seasonal variation and spatial variation of three sub‐lakes of Poyang Lake, a huge wetland in the middle Yangtze Basin, were investigated to examine how fish assemblages respond to seasona...
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The hydrological regimes of many freshwater lakes have been dramatically changed by human activity. Nevertheless, few studies have reported the effects of human water management on the formation mechanisms of lakeshore plant communities. In this study, we investigated the effects of flooding and soil nutrients on the plant diversity of lakeshore Ca...
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Flooding duration is a major factor determining wetland plant growth and community composition. While there have been extensive studies on how direct effects of flooding duration on plant functional traits, very few have tested the indirect effects on these traits, including those arising from competition. We hypothesized that there would be a shif...
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Zoobenthos is an important natural food resource for fishes. Assessing the standing crop of zoobenthos in water bodies can provide the guideline for stocking fishes in fishery production. To explore the seasonal dynamics of zoobenthic communities in freshwater aquaculture reservoirs, investigations were conducted in April, July, and October 2013, a...
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The yellow catfish (Pelteobagrus fulvidraco) is extensively distributed throughout rivers and lakes of China. With overexploitation and water eco-environment deterioration, the resources of P. fulvidracao are severely affected. The genetic diversity and population structure of the commercial fish were examined by using 413 bp of the first hypervari...
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Benthic bivalves are important links between primary production and consumers, and are essential intermediates in the flow of energy through estuarine systems. However, information on the diet of filter feeding bivalves in estuarine ecosystems is uncertain, as estuarine waters contain particulate matter from a range of sources and as bivalves are o...
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The spatial distributions of bacterial communities may be driven by multiple environmental factors. Thus, understanding the relationships between bacterial distribution and environmental factors is critical for understanding wetland stability and the functioning of freshwater lakes. However, little research on the bacterial communities in deep sedi...
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dx.doi.org/10. Abstract Tidal marshes are an important habitat and nursery area for fi sh. In the past few decades, rapid economic development in the coastal areas of China has led to the interruption and destruction of an increasing number of tidal marshes. The growing interest in tidal marsh restoration has increased the need to understand the re...
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Abstract The first complete mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) of Cerithioidea (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda) was determined using a freshwater snail Semisulcospira libertina (Cerithioidea: Semisulcospiridae) as a representative species of the superfamily. The mitogenome was 15,432 bp in length, including 13 typical invertebrate protein-coding genes,...
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Winter buds of submerged macrophytes are main food for herbivorous waterfowl in winter. Poyang Lake is important wintering sites for waterbirds in the Yangtze basin. Understanding the spatial distribution of winter buds and their food contribution for herbivorous waterfowl can provide scientific basis for waterfowl conservation and lake management....
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Little is known about mercury (Hg) biomagnification in the subtropics, aquatic systems with high species diversity resulting in complex food webs. High atmospheric Hg emissions and ubiquitous reservoir fisheries may lead to elevated Hg bioaccumulation in Chinese freshwater fishes. However, stocking practices using fast-growing species can result in...
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Non-vegetated creek edges were investigated to explore spatial nekton use patterns in a low salinity intertidal salt marsh creek network of the Yangtze River estuary along a stream-order gradient with four creek orders. Non-vegetated creek edges were arbitrarily defined as the approximately 3 m extending from the creek bank (the marsh–creek interfa...
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The genus Helice is comprised of four species, H. formosensis, H. latimera, H. tientsinensis, and H. tridens. A recent molecular analysis identified H. formosensis and H. tientsinensis as junior synonyms of H. latimera. We used three mitochondrial and two nuclear genes to further delineate species boundaries in Helice and to add to knowledge of the...
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This study extended the geographic coverage of a previous study to explore population genetic structure and demographic history in the Ariake icefish Salanx ariakensis from three populations of continental coastlines and one island population in the north-western Pacific based on a partial sequence of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. The S. ari...
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The Yangtze River Estuary is an important eco-region of China; it has, however, been heavily infested with the invasive plant Spartina alterniflora. This study examined the benthic communities associated with the invasive S. alterniflora and two native plants (Scirpus mariqueter and Phragmites australis) at three tidal elevations to provide a compr...
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Tidal marshes provide nursery habitats for many commercial nektonic species; thus, determining trophic linkages between tidal marshes and aquatic consumers is important for sustain- ing fishery production in estuarine ecosystems. We examined stable isotopes (δ13C, δ15N) in 4 com- mercial nekton species (Chelon haematocheilus, Synechogobius ommaturu...
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The structure and temporal variations of the fish community in salt marshes of Chinese estuaries are poorly understood. Fish utilization of a salt marsh intertidal creek in the Yangtze River estuary was studied based on quarterly sampling surveys in July and November, 2004, and February and May, 2005. Fishes were collected by consecutive day and ni...

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