Pei-Zheng Wang's research while affiliated with Hainan Tropical Ocean University and other places

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Due to the lack of a taxonomic key for the identification of Artemia species, molecular markers have been increasingly used for phylogenetic studies. The mtCOI marker is a regularly considered marker for the molecular systematics of Artemia populations. The proposed universal and specific primers have mostly failed to amplify the Artemia aff. sinic...
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Artemia is the most common live food which is used in aquaculture worldwide. This study reports on biometrical variation of introduced American Artemia franciscana cyst from 24 non-native localities and two native habitats in Asia and USA, respectively. Results showed the largest diameter of untreated cyst, diameter of decapsulated cyst and thicker...
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It is well concluded that microbial composition and diversity of coral species can be affected under temperature alterations. However, the interaction of environmental accumulation of corals and temperature stress on symbiotic Symbiodiniaceae and bacterial communities are rarely studied. In this study, two groups of soft coral Sarcophyton trochelio...
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In the previously published mitochondrial genome sequence of Artemia urmiana (NC_021382 [JQ975176]), the taxonomic status of the examined Artemia had not been determined, due to partheno�genetic populations coexisting with A. urmiana in Urmia Lake. Additionally, NC_021382 [JQ975176] has been obtained with pooled cysts of Artemia (0.25 g cysts consi...
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The complete mitochondrial genome of Sinularia penghuensis was sequenced and analyzed using next-generation sequencing. The present mitochondrial genome was 18730 bp in length, containing 14 protein-coding genes (PCGs) (cox1-cox3.nad1-nad6, nad4L, atp6, atp8, cytb, and MutS), two ribosomal RNA genes (rRNAs) (12S and 16S), and one transfer RNA gene...
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Coral Symbiodiniaceae and bacteria maintain a symbiotic relationship that is essential for coral survival. The symbiotic communities component in the polyps host could affect coral resistance and the ability to recover from stress. In this study, we increased the cultured range temperature (26 ± 1 ℃) of Sarcophyton trocheliophorum and Euphyllia anc...
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In the previously published mitochondrial genome sequence of Artemia urmiana (NC_021382 [JQ975176]), the taxonomic status of the examined Artemia had not been determined, due to parthenogenetic populations coexisting with A. urmiana in Urmia Lake. Additionally, NC_021382 [JQ975176] has been obtained with pooled cysts of Artemia (0.25 g cysts consis...
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Artemia franciscana, native to America, has recently colonized non-indigenous populations in Eurasia, Mediterranean regions and Australia. In present we sought to evaluate the potential effects of colonization of A. franciscana on genetic differentiation in the new environments in UAE. We used the COI marker to determine population genetic structur...
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Due to the rapid developments in the aquaculture industry, Artemia franciscana, originally an American species, has been introduced to Eurasia, Africa and Australia. In the present study, we used a partial sequence of the mitochondrial DNA Cytochrome Oxidase subunit I (mt-DNA COI) gene and genomic fingerprinting by Inter-Simple Sequence Repeats (IS...
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The mitochondrial genome of Sinularia maxima was completed using next-generation sequencing (NGS) method. The mitochondrial genome is a circular molecule of 18,730 bp in length. The gene arrangements include 14 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 2 ribosomal RNA genes, and 1 tRNA (tRNA-Met). The base composition is 30.18% A, 16.47% C, 19.35% G, and 33.99%...
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The complete mitochondrial genome of Sarcophyton trocheliophorum was completed using next-generation sequencing (NGS) method. The mitochondrial genome is a circular molecule of 18,508 bp in length, containing 14 protein-coding genes, two ribosomal RNA genes and one transfer RNA gene (Met-tRNA). The base composition is 30.45% A, 16.03% C, 19.13% G,...
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Native American Artemia franciscana has become an introduced species in the Old World due to the rapid development of the aquaculture industry in Eurasia. The recent colonisation of A. franciscana in Mediterranean regions and Asia has been well documented, but Australia is a continent where the dispersal of this species is not well understood. In t...
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The taxonomic identity of an unknown Artemia population inhabiting the Al Wathba Wetland Reserve in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., was determined using phylogenetic analysis of the mitochondrial marker Cytochrome Oxidase Subunit 1 ( COI ). The results showed that the examined population belongs to an exotic invasive species, Artemia franciscana . Based on the...
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The complete mitochondrial genome of Sinularia ceramensis was completed using next-generation sequencing (NGS) method. The mitochondrial genome is a circular molecule of 18,740 bp in length. The gene arrangements including 14 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 2 rRNAs, and 1 tRNA (tRNA-Met). The base composition is 30.26% A, 16.44% C, 16.35% G, and 33.95...
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The complete mitochondrial genome of Artemia sinica was obtained using the next-generation sequencing (NGS) method. The mitochondrial genome is a circular molecule of 15,689 bp in length, with the typical structure of 13 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 22 transfer RNA genes (tRNAs) and 2 ribosomal RNA genes, and a non-coding control region (CR). The b...
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The complete mitochondrial genome of the Asian river pipefish Doryichthys boaja was sequenced. The mitochondrial genome is a circular molecule of 16,439 bp in length, containing 37 mitochondrial genes and a control region. The base composition is 31.03% A, 24.22% C, 14.44% G, and 30.32% T, with an A + T content of 61.35%. All PCGs were initiated by...
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The complete mitochondrial genome of Solegnathus hardwickii was determined to be 16,519 bp long circular molecule with a typical gene arrangement of vertebrate mitochondrial. The complete mitochondrial genomes were obtained by conventional and long PCR. Tree constructed using maximum likelihood based on protein-coding genes and ribosomal RNAs showe...

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... However, a consensus has been achieved that coral bleaching is mainly caused by losing in vivo pigments of symbiotic Symbiodiniaceae. Symbiodiniaceae lives in the vacuole of the entoderm cells of the host and provides more than 95% of the products of photosynthesis (e.g., amino acids, sugar, carbohydrate, and small molecular peptide) for hosts (Loh et al. 2001, Lu et al. 2021a. Photosynthetic products can supply energy and essential compounds for corals; instead, Symbiodiniaceae can get elemental nutrients (e.g., amine and phosphate) from the metabolic products by corals (Saxby 2000). ...
... Four bisexual species are native to the Old World namely Artemia salina (Linnaeus, 1758), Artemia urmiana Günther, 1899, Artemia sinica Cai, 1989, and Artemia tibetiana Abatzopoulos et al. (1998). The other three bisexual species are located in the New World consisting of Artemia monica Verrill, 1869, Artemia franciscana Kellogg, 1906, and Artemia persimilis Piccinelli and Prosdocimi, 1968 [18,20,21]. Obligate parthenogenetic Artemia taxa have di-, tri-, tetra-and pentaploid populations [19]. ...
... The new present mitogenome and all sequences mitogenomes in Alcyoniidae were used in phylogenetic analysis (Brockman and Mcfadden 2012;Kayal et al. 2013;Figueroa and Baco 2015;Shimpi et al. 2017;Asem et al. 2019;Chen et al. 2019;Shen et al. 2019), and Briareum asbestinum (Medina et al. 2006) was set for the outgroup. The concatenated dataset for nucleotides including all 14 PCGS and two rRNAs were performed to draw phylogenetic tree using the maximum-likelihood method (ML). ...
... The new present mitogenome and all sequences mitogenomes in Alcyoniidae were used in phylogenetic analysis (Brockman and Mcfadden 2012;Kayal et al. 2013;Figueroa and Baco 2015;Shimpi et al. 2017;Asem et al. 2019;Chen et al. 2019;Shen et al. 2019), and Briareum asbestinum (Medina et al. 2006) was set for the outgroup. The concatenated dataset for nucleotides including all 14 PCGS and two rRNAs were performed to draw phylogenetic tree using the maximum-likelihood method (ML). ...
... Samples L. Sainz-Escudero et al. Additionally, to our data, all the available Artemia cox1 sequences available in GenBank (Valsala et al. 2005;Hou et al. 2006;Tizol-Correa et al. 2009;Muñoz et al. 2008Muñoz et al. , 2010Muñoz et al. , 2013Maniatsi et al. 2009Maniatsi et al. , 2011Maccari et al. 2013b;Eimanifar and Wink 2013;Eimanifar et al. 2014Eimanifar et al. , 2015Eimanifar et al. , 2016Asem et al. 2016Asem et al. , 2019Asem et al. , 2020Naganawa and Mura 2017;Horváth et al. 2018) and one of Branchinecta ferox used as outgroup (LT821334 [Rodríguez-Flores et al. 2017]) were retrieved in order to build a dataset represented by 1505 sequences, that allowed us to depict the structuring of the genus through the Neighbour Joining analysis and to perform phylogeographic analyses. Some dissimilar sequences that featured stop codons when traduced to amynoacids were removed from the analyses due to the existence of pseudogenes according to Rode et al. (2021). ...
... However, human commercial interests have also come along with disturbances in brine shrimp species distribution, even compromising the survival of some. The large demand of Artemia for fish farming triggered the introduction and invasion of the North American cultivated species Artemia monica Verrill, 1869 (= A. franciscana Kellogg, 1906) into coastal salterns all over the world (Triantaphyllidis et al. 1994;Amat et al. 2007;Mura et al. 2006;Ruebhart et al. 2008;Scalone and Rabet 2013;Saji et al. 2019). This species is displacing the Mediterranean native species Artemia salina (Linnaeus, 1758) (Oscoz et al. 2010;Horváth et al. 2018) possibly due to its high adaptive potential and physiological plasticity that enhance its invasion range capacity (Dlugosch and Parker 2008). ...
... A phylogenetic analysis of family Alcyoniidae was established based on 7 known Alcyoniidae mitogenomes (Beaton et al. 1998;Brockman and Mcfadden 2012;Kayal et al. 2013;Figueroa and Baco 2015;Shimpi et al. 2017;Asem et al. 2019) and an outgroup (Chrysopathes Formosa) (Brugler and France 2007). The concatenated dataset for nucleotides contained nine PCGs (published S. glaucum mitogenome lacks nad3, nad4L, nad6, cytb, and mutS) (Beaton et al. 1998). ...
... Mitochondrial DNA are widely used to study the molecular ecology of animals because it is convenient and economical, comparison of the mitochondrial genomes will permit examination of evolution and relationships between species. At present the complete mitochondrial genome of four bisexual species (Artemia franciscana, A. urmiana, A. tibetiana and Artemia sinica) is already known (Valverde et al. 1994;Zhang et al. 2013;Asem et al. 2019). But for another bisexual species Artemia persimilis Piccinelli and Prosdocimi, 1968, a species endemic to the South American and geographically restricted to Argentina and Chile (Sainz Escudero et al. 2021), the complete mitochondrial genome has not been reported and characterized. ...