W.Y. Liu

W.Y. Liu
Fuyang Normal University · Biological Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Prof. Dr. Wuyi Liu serves as a senior researcher of genomics, genetics, and animal breeding expert. At present, he is mainly interested in phylogenetics and clade inferring, mitochondrial DNA data, genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, statistical genetics, population genetics and evolution, bioinformatics, biotechnology, statistical genomics, statistics and econometrics, environmental pollution, evolutionary biology, animal welfare and ecology, agriculture management, environment sciences.
Additional affiliations
September 2004 - present
Fuyang Teachers College
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Phylogenetics and clade inferring, genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, statistical genetics, bioinformatics, biotechnology, statistical genomics, statistics and econometrics, environmental pollution, evolutionary biology, animal welfare and ecology.
July 2004 - February 2016
Fuyang Teachers College
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Prof. Dr. Wuyi Liu serves as a senior researcher of genomics, genetics, and animal breeding expert majoring in phylogenetics, bioinformatics, genomics, genetics, statistics and econometrics, and evolutionary biology.
July 2004 - February 2016
Fuyang Teachers College
Position
  • Professor
Education
September 2007 - July 2010
China Agricultural University
Field of study
  • Animal genetics and genomics and bioinformatics

Publications

Publications (37)
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As the development of Yangtze River Delta urban agglomeration has been upgraded to a national level development strategy in China, relevant regions need to pay more attention to the environmental governance issues. Based on the 2013–2018 development data of 41 cities and the established evaluation indicator system with “press-state-response” (PSR)...
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When the process of urbanization has brought economic benefits in the Yangtze River Delta of China, environmental pollution becomes increasingly prominent. In order to achieve integrated sustainable green development and reduce the gap in environmental governance performance between regions, this study analyzed the environmental issues of provincia...
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A mineral assessment study for dairy buffaloes, Nili-Ravi breed, was carried out seasonally at silvopasture farm at Sargodha, Pakistan. Sampling for soil, forage, and buffalo serum was done seasonally for a period of 1 year for mineral (P, Mg, Na, K, Ca) evaluation. In the study, experiments on forages showed significant differences in mean concent...
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This experiment explored the dietary effects of green tea (Camellia sinensis) in feed supplementation on the development of broiler chicks. Totally, two hundred and seventy‐day‐old male broiler chicks were assigned to 27 broiler groups each with 10 individuals (initial mean body weight 44.2 ± 1.3 g) in a 4 × 2 factorial arrangement. Each chicken gr...
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Assessing the corporate green technology progress and environmental governance performance is essential to estimate the technological levels and environment regulation capabilities of enterprises. With the official statistics of collected panel data, we estimate and evaluate the differential levels of provincial corporate green technology and envir...
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The study was carried out to evaluate the health risks associated with accumulation of cadmium in the different genotypes of wheat, grown in agricultural regions of Punjab, Pakistan. Five genotypes irrigated with three varied water sources were selected randomly from each region. Among all sources of water, types of soil, and grain samples, the cad...
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At present, the forage production is the foundation of beef cattle and sheep industries in graziery. This study was designed to assess the toxic metal composition of the conventional pastures and non-conventional pastures in consideration of mineral needs of ruminants. At all the surveyed sites, these mean soil metal concentrations were measured to...
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The accumulation of heavy metals by crops irrigated with wastewater has been considered as a serious environmental problem in many developing countries, where the wastewater irrigation has emerged as a common practice. In this research, we were concerned with the highly toxic metal lead (Pb) in water, agricultural soils, and wheat crops, and the po...
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The present study aimed to investigate the concentration of highly toxic heavy metal, lead (Pb), in cows and buffaloes of Sargodha district, Punjab, Pakistan. Samples of three major organs (spleen, lungs, bones) from five localities were obtained from two age groups (< 2 years, > 2 years) of each animal. With the confidence level of 95%, the invest...
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The study was designed to evaluate the impact of differentiated technological innovation efficiencies of industrial enterprises on the local emissions of environmental pollutants in Anhui province, China, during the period of 2012–2016. The econometric models of DEA and SEM-PLS and Malmquist index are used to explore the potential impacts of differ...
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Myogenesis of muscle tissues is known as a very complex and delicate process including many cellular differentiation and development events in animals. Here, the courses of cellular fate determination and terminal differentiation of muscle cells are systematically elaborated and the genetic regulatory network of muscle genesis is well conceived in...
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Nicotine is regarded as the main active addictive ingredient in tobacco products driving continued tobacco abuse behavior (smoking) to the addiction behavior, whereas nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChR) is the crucial effective apparatus or molecular effector of nicotine and acetylcholine and other similar ligands. Many nAChR subunits have be...
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This study has evaluated the possible effect of waste powder of green tea (Camellia sinensis) in feed supplementation on the growth performance, carcass characteristics, blood parameters, and lipid metabolites of growing broilers (chicks) in both the amount and duration aspects of dietary additives during the finisher phases. In the experiment, gro...
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Background: Water buffalo (Bubalus bubalus) are domesticated animals of economic importance in many Asian countries, whereas the basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factors (TFs) have been analyzed in the genomes of many eukaryote organisms. However, the bovine bHLH TFs have not been characterized and their specific functions remain unknown...
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Background: Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs) belong to the Cys-loop ligandgated ion-channel (LGIC) superfamily, which also includes the GABA, glycine, and serotonin receptors. Many nAChR subunits have been identified and shown to be involved in signal transduction on binding to them of either the neurotransmitter acetylcholine or exogeno...
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The basic helix–loop–helix (bHLH) transcription factors (TFs) form a huge superfamily and play crucial roles in many essential developmental, genetic, and physiological–biochemical processes of eukaryotes. In total, 109 putative bHLH TFs were identified and categorized successfully in the genomic databases of cattle, Bos Taurus, after removing redu...
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The study was designed to investigate the effects of different levels of dietary oil additives on the feeding performance and immunity related parameters of broiler chicken. In total, two hundred and eighty (280) day-old male broiler chicks (Ross 308) were randomly placed in 28 cages with dimensions of 1.0 × 1.0 meters based on a completely random...
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Background: Ascites syndrome is currently a serious disease issue for the global chicken industry. Ascites syndrome is a metabolic disorder frequently found in fast growing broilers including abdominal distention and standing fluid collection in chicken abdomen. It is one of the most common nutrition metabolic disorders. Materials and methods: I...
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In the study, the outbreak of avian influenza was explored analyzed in depth with all the data resources available. It was found that behavior choices and motivations of the animal producers fundamentally depended on their interests and accessing means in the process of animal epidemic disease prevention and control. It was suggested that the gover...
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In recent years, some significant animal epidemic diseases (especially major diseases) occur frequently. Animal epidemic diseases are not only the key restricting factors of the healthy and sustainable animal husbandry industry in China but also are the great impacting influencers on the development of upstream and downstream industries of Chinese...
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Xenopus laevis is a long established model organism for developmental, behavioral and neurological studies. Herein, an updated genome-wide survey was conducted using the ongoing genome project of Xenopus laevis and 106 non-redundant Basic Helix-Loop-Helix (bHLH) genes were identified in the Xenopus laevis genome databases. Gene Ontology (GO) enrich...
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The basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factors are one of the largest families of gene regulatory proteins and play crucial roles in genetic, developmental and physiological processes in eukaryotes. Here, we conducted a survey of the Sus scrofa genome and identified 109 putative bHLH transcription factor members belonging to super-groups A...
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Utilization of agricultural by-products in animal nutrition is a matter of great concern. Dried sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) pulp (DCSP) is a potential source of valuable nutrients and natural antioxidants for poultry feed. In the experiment, a feeding trial was conducted in order to investigate the effect of different levels of dried orange resi...
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As substantial progress has been achieved in modern poultry production with large-scale and intensive feeding and farming in recent years, stress becomes a vital factor affecting chicken growth, development, and production yield, especially the quality and quantity of skeletal muscle mass. The review was aimed to outline and understand the stress-r...
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AMP-activated kinase (AMPK) is a heterotrimeric complex composed of three subunits and is the core energy sensor of the cell. The AMPK activity is important for survival during periods of stress and starvation and also has implications in type II diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome, longevity and cancer, etc. The activation of AMPK is triggered t...
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The previous survey identified 70 basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) proteins, but it was proved to be incomplete, and the functional information and regulatory networks of frog bHLH transcription factors were not fully known. Therefore, we conducted an updated genome-wide survey in the Xenopus tropicalis genome project databases and identified 105 bHLH...
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DNA microarrays can measure the differential expression of hundreds and thousands of genes to identify changes in their expression between pair-wise biological states. Although, many methods are developed to determine the significance of these changes while accounting for the enormous number of genes, there is no uniform or standard method for diff...
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The basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factors are the products of main regulatory genes in metazoans. Regulatory genes are usually believed to play a large role in morphological and genetic diversifications and are often characterized by elevatedrates of evolution. In previous studies, it was showed there was much genetic diversification...
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The technical procedures for extraction of DNA from formalin-fixed tissues include many steps such as chemical treatment, enzymatic digestion, phenol-chloroform purification and alcohol precipitation. Formalin-fixed specimens used in molecular cell and DNA studies have shown shortcomings with respect to the efficacy of DNA isolation and subsequent...
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The zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) is an established organism for developmental, behavioral, and neurological research. In this study, we conducted a genomewide survey using the zebra finch genome project databases and identified 86 bHLH sequences in silico in the zebra finch genome. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that 85 proteins belong to 38 f...
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With the aim of testing whether there are possible genetic communications between Chinese gamecocks and their neighboring native chicken breeds, this study comprehensively analyzed an integrative mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) data of 328 chicken (69 gamecocks belonging to 5 breeds and 259 domesticated chicken belonging to 18 breeds). Analysis of Molecu...
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Members of the basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) family of transcription factors play important roles in a wide range of developmental processes. In this study, we conducted a genome-wide survey using the chicken (Gallus gallus) genomic database, and identified 104 bHLH sequences belonging to 42 gene families in an effort to characterize the chicken bH...
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We sought to design a simple and rapid diagnostic kit for sex identification in chicks and embryos of Chinese gamecocks, using DNA extracted from chicks and embryos through non-invasive methods. This diagnostic process is based mainly on the amplification of intron length polymorphisms in chromo-hehcase DNA-binding (CHD) genes in both Z and W chrom...

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Genome-wide identification and functional analysis of animal basic helix–loop–helix transcription factors