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Jean Claude Ndayishimiye

Jean Claude Ndayishimiye
Shenzhen MSU-BIT University

PhD
Postdoctoral fellow, Faculty of Biology, Shenzhen MSU-BIT University

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Introduction
Jean Claude Ndayishimiye is a researcher with creative and innovative thinking in the fields of protistology, community ecology, aquatic microbial ecology, soil microbial ecology, and palaeoecology, with the aim of helping to understand how our actions affect the environment

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Global urbanization has resulted in local habitat fragmentation, influencing ecological processes and biodiversity conservation. However, little is known about the diversity and distribution of microbial communities across urban biotopes. Here, we compared testate amoeba communities in Moscow (63 samples from five urban parks) and Xiamen (69 sample...
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Few investigations have focused on the potential uses of artisanal gold (Au) mine tailings, despite the fact that artisanal gold mining activity contributes to environmental issues such as greenhouse gas. Mineralogical characterizations of artisanal gold mine tailings in Miyove gold mine (Baradega and Masogwe) in Rwanda were investigated for potent...
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1. Cyanobacterial dominance or blooms can influence ecosystem structure in reservoirs , yet there are only few studies of its effect on the resource use and trophic structure of zooplankton. We hypothesised that zooplankton traits would exhibit a strong response to the increase of invasive and toxic cyanobacteria. 2. We investigated the effect of a...
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Thallium (Tl) contamination is of main concerns due to its high toxicity in the environment. To date, Tl adsorption is critical but limited by less knowledge on the designing and application of cost-effective and potential materials for its removal. In this work, a montmorillonite biochar composite (MMT-BC) was synthesized from biochar (BC) and mon...
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In the analysis of polystyrene nanoplastics (PSNs), a nonpolar polymer (NP), using matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF-MS), silver salts were used as cationization reagents and simultaneously brought the potential problems of silver clusters that interfered with the PSN signal of MS. To detect PSN...
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With the effects of global warming becoming ever more obvious, biodiversity conservation is facing severe challenges. Currently, a deeper understanding the mechanisms of the effects of warming on sensitive species has become an important topic in aquatic biodiversity and ecological management. Our study first overcame the “challenge” for a sensitiv...
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Understanding the extent of human activities leading to an influx of chemical pollutants that cause substantial environmental transformations is the focus of much ongoing research. In this study, we present a multi-proxy record based on a sediment core from a large subtropical reservoir (Xinfengjiang Reservoir) in south China with an emphasis on th...
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Little information is available on thallium (Tl) adsorption onto biochar amended soil for a relatively long term. In this study, bamboo-derived biochar (BDB), soil in pomelo orchard (SP), and biochar amended soil in pomelo orchard (BSP) were thus used to evaluate the potential remediation of thallium (Tl) using batch-adsorption techniques. Furtherm...
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Urbanization often exerts multiple effects on aquatic and terrestrial organisms, including changes in biodiversity, species composition and ecosystem functions. However, the impacts of urbanization on phytoplankton in subtropical urbanizing river watersheds remain largely unknown. Here, we explored the effects of urbanization on phytoplankton commu...
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Investigation of bacterial community dynamics across different time scales is important for understanding how environmental conditions drive community change over time. Bacterioplankton from the surface waters of a subtropical urban reservoir in southeast China were analyzed through high-frequency sampling over 13 months to compare patterns and eco...
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Difflugia australis, first described by Playfair (1918), has a unique morphotype. However, in the absence of morphometric data, it has not yet been reliably classified within the largest testate amoeba genus Difflugia. In this study D. australis collected from a subtropical reservoir in southeast China was investigated by means of light and scannin...
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The potential for mitigating climate change is growing worldwide, with an increasing emphasis on reducing CO 2 emissions and minimising the impact on the environment. African continent is faced with the unique challenge of climate change whilst coping with extreme poverty, explosive population growth and economic difficulties. CO2 emission patterns...
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Deep high-altitude mountain lakes can act as a natural laboratory, and have the potential to contribute ecological data for understanding the way natural climate and anthropogenic changes that can affect the ecosystems. We present a multi-proxy record from a sediment core from such a lake (Lake Lugu) in southwest China with emphasis on the changes...
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Globally, lakes and reservoirs ecosystems are integral parts of ecological processes. Nevertheless, global warming is rapidly changing their function and sustainability, especially in the populated area of the northern hemisphere. Here we examined testate amoebae community and 10 environmental variables from 51 lakes and reservoirs across China and...
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Textural analysis carried out for the sediments of the Nayakkankuppam coast revealed that inlet part is dominated by fine sand, central part is dominated by medium sand and outlet part is dominated by coarse sand. The grain size parameters namely Mean size (MZ), standard deviation (σ1), skewness(Ski), and kurtosis (KG) of percentile values derived...

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