Cui Erping

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Due to reclaimed water, irrigation can cause human health and environmental risks. Soil amendments are applied to reveal the abundance of pathogens and antibiotic resistance genes in rhizosphere soil irrigated by reclaimed water and to better understand the effects of environmental factors on the rhizosphere soil bacterial composition, which has gu...
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The transfer of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in soil under reclaimed water irrigation poses a potential environmental risk. Regulation of NPK fertilizer could influence the behavior of bacterial communities, mobile genetic elements (MGEs), and soil properties, which determine the fate of ARGs. To identify the key element in NPK fertilizer and...
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The use of unconventional water resources is an effective way to alleviate the scarcity of freshwater resources, especially in areas where freshwater is scarce, but reclaimed water is abundant. To explore the reasonable utilization of brackish water and reclaimed water, a pot experiment was carried out to study the risk of secondary soil salinizati...
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Lolium multiflorum and Brassica juncea display phytoremediation potential for heavy metals and antibiotics pollution. However, there is limited understanding of their function in removing combined pollutants (heavy metals, antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs)) under different cropping patterns. Sole cropping had little effect on heavy...
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The utilization of reclaimed water is one of the most important ways of alleviating the shortage of water resources for agricultural irrigation. As an effective disposal method for biomass waste, biochar has been widely used in the improvement and remediation of agricultural environments. However, few studies have been performed on the effects of b...
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The occurrence and distribution of potential pathogens in reclaimed water are severe public health concerns. Therefore, to assess the impact of reclaimed water irrigation on endophytic bacterial communities and potential pathogens, a pot experiment was conducted to compare reclaimed water irrigation with tap water irrigation using pepper as a test...
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Iron plaque (IP) on root surface has a significant effect on uptake and accumulation of heavy metals by wetland plants, however, the role of vinasse in modulating the relevant process still remains unclear. Present study hypothesizes vinasse at appropriate addition could promote IP formation and lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) re...
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Reclaimed water is considered to be a reasonable and sustainable alternative water resource to improve water resource layout and mitigate the shortage of traditional water resources. Its use in irrigation will cause changes in the microbial community structure and opportunistic pathogen abundance in soils and crops, but few studies have been conduc...
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In water-scarce regions, alternate-furrow irrigation (AFI)—alternately wetting half of the plant roots—has proven to be an effective water-saving approach without compromising yield. However, the extent to which AFI with wastewater affects N cycling genes remains poorly studied. We aimed to investigate changes in main N transformation processes, ba...
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To reduce water scarcity in China, the use of reclaimed water or anaerobically treated piggery wastewater, either alone or coupled with biochar supplementation, is attracting increasing attention. However, little information is available regarding their effects on the soil and plant microbiomes receiving irrigation. The objective of this study was...
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Livestock wastewater is rich in nutrients but may contain antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs). Their discharge to watercourses or soil may result in proliferation of ARGs. Irrigation with wastewater appears to be the most feasible option of disposing of it. One efficient irrigation technology used in arid regions is alternate-furrow...
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The prevalence and persistence of antibiotic resistance genes in wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) is of growing interest, and residual sludge is among the main sources for the release of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs). Moreover, heavy metals concentrated in dense microbial communities of sludge could potentially favor co-selection of ARGs an...
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The effect of two different biochar types, rice straw biochar (RSB) and mushroom biochar (MB), on chicken manure composting was previously examined by monitoring the fate of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) and arsenic. The behavior of ARGs and arsenic in other kinds of manure composting with the same biochar types had not been examined. In this...
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The response of representative antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) to lab-scale two-phase (acidogenic/methanogenic phase) anaerobic digestion processes under thermophilic and mesophilic conditions was explored. The associated microbial communities and bacterial pathogens were characterized by 16S rRNA gene sequencing. A two-phase thermophilic digest...
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Rice straw biochar (RSB) and mushroom biochar (MB) were added to lab-scale chicken manure composting to evaluate their effects on the behaviors of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) and on total and bio-available heavy metals (Cu, Zn and As). The associated bacterial community was characterized by 16SrRNA high-throughput sequencing. The abundance o...

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the behavior of ARG in environment