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Relative Leader-Member Exchange: A Review and Agenda for Future Research  [PDF]
Bin Li, Maolin Ye
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2015.86092
Abstract: As an extension concept of LMX, relative leader-member exchange (RLMX) refers to actual level of one’s own LMX quality as compared with the average LMX within the team. This paper distinguishes the definition of RLMX from related constructs, introduces RLMX’s measurement and concludes outcome variables of RLMX which include voice behavior, affective commitment, psychological contract, self-efficacy, etc. At last, we point out the directions of future researches.
Clean Development Mechanism Cooperation in China  [PDF]
Ye Qian, Jian-Cheng Bin
Low Carbon Economy (LCE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/lce.2011.24025
Abstract: The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is an arrangement under the Kyoto Protocol allowing developed countries with a greenhouse gas reduction commitment to invest in projects that reduce emissions in developing countries as an alternative to more expensive emission reductions in their own countries. In terms of the CDM areas, there are huge potential commercial opportunities between China and the United Kingdom since China signed the Kyoto Protocol.
Chen Ye,Ting Bin Wen
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2009, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536809037817
Abstract: The OsII atom in the title compound, [OsCl2(C8H12)(C18H15P)2], is located on a crystallographic twofold axis and adopts a distorted octahedral coordination geometry. The two triphenylphosphine ligands are trans to each other, while the two chlorine ligands are cis-disposed. The coordination is completed by the cyclooctadiene (COD) ligand with bonding to the two olefin double bonds. The C=C bond has a length of 1.403 (6) , which is significntly longer than a free olefinic double bond ( 1.34 ).
3-Allyl-1-(2-cyanobenzyl)-2-methylbenzimidazol-3-ium bromide
Xiong-Bin Xu,Qiong Ye
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2008, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536807060874
Abstract: In the title compound, C19H18N3+·Br , both the allyl and cyanophenyl groups are approximately perpendicular to the central benzimidazole unit, making dihedral angles of 89.7 (2) and 85.09 (13)°, respectively. The crystal packing is dominated by C—H...Br interactions, with each anion interacting with five neighboring cations.
Studies on the Artificial Feeding Conditions of Queen Bee Larvae
Zhou Bin,Ye Manhong,Zhang Ke
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: In order to realize the artificial incubation of honeybee larvae, queen bee larvae of Apis mellifer were fed artificially from early larval stage in an incubator under controlled temperature and relative humidity. Different proportions of royal jelly, honey and water were added into the diets. Results showed that when queen bee larvae were incubated in a temperature of 35.5±0.1 °C and relative humidity of 90±2% and fed diet, which contained 70% water and 10% honey their nutritional needs could be met. Before queen bee larvae entered into the pupal stage, their body weight had no differences with that of larvae developed in natural condition. Extra honey and water besides royal jelly must be added into the diets to promote the growth of larvae.
Antimicrobial peptide-like genes in Nasonia vitripennis: a genomic perspective
Caihuan Tian, Bin Gao, Qi Fang, Gongyin Ye, Shunyi Zhu
BMC Genomics , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-11-187
Abstract: By using integrated computational approaches to systemically mining the Hymenopteran parasitic wasp Nasonia vitripennis genome, we establish the first AMP repertoire whose members exhibit extensive sequence and structural diversity and can be distinguished into multiple molecular types, including insect and fungal defensin-like peptides (DLPs) with the cysteine-stabilized α-helical and β-sheet (CSαβ) fold; Pro- or Gly-rich abaecins and hymenoptaecins; horseshoe crab tachystatin-type AMPs with the inhibitor cystine knot (ICK) fold; and a linear α-helical peptide. Inducible expression pattern of seven N. vitripennis AMP genes were verified, and two representative peptides were synthesized and functionally identified to be antibacterial. In comparison with Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera) and several non-Hymenopteran model insects, N. vitripennis has evolved a complex antimicrobial immune system with more genes and larger protein precursors. Three classical strategies that are likely responsible for the complexity increase have been recognized: 1) Gene duplication; 2) Exon duplication; and 3) Exon-shuffling.The present study established the N. vitripennis peptidome associated with antimicrobial immunity by using a combined computational and experimental strategy. As the first AMP repertoire of a parasitic wasp, our results offer a basic platform for further studying the immunological and evolutionary significances of these newly discovered AMP-like genes in this class of insects.AMPs constitute essential components of innate immunity to rapidly respond to diverse microbial pathogens [1,2]. As key effectors, AMPs directly kill invaders by acting either as pore-formers or metabolic inhibitors [3]. Most AMPs are cationic polypeptides, usually smaller than 100 amino acids in length, with enormous sequence diversity. Based on structural characteristics, these molecules are roughly divided into three different groups [4]: 1) Linear peptides free of cysteines, often forming an α-
Microarray-based estimation of SNP allele-frequency in pooled DNA using the Langmuir kinetic model
Bin-Cheng Yin, Honghua Li, Bang-Ce Ye
BMC Genomics , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-9-605
Abstract: This method can successfully distinguish allele frequencies differing by 0.01 in the actual pool of clinical samples, and detect alleles with a frequency as low as 2%. The accuracy of measuring known allele frequencies is very high, with the strength of correlation between measured and actual frequencies having an r2 = 0.9992. These results demonstrated that this method could allow the accurate estimation of absolute allele frequencies in pooled samples of DNA in a feasible and inexpensive way.We conclude that this novel strategy for quantitative analysis of the ratio of SNP allelic sequences in DNA pools is an inexpensive and feasible alternative for detecting polymorphic differences in candidate gene association studies and genome-wide linkage disequilibrium scans.Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) represent the most genetic variation in the human genome, and are thought to have a promising future in a wide range of human genetics applications such as pharmacogenomics, population evolution, functional genomics, forensic and identification of genes responsible for the susceptibility of complex diseases. It has been suggested that 30,000–500,000 SNPs are required for a whole-genome association study [1,2]. Accurate determination of allele frequencies of such a large number of SNPs in a large number of human samples is an unusual challenge in the whole genome association studies for genetic alterations of low relative risk [3]. It not only involves heavy workload, unusual amount of time and cost, but also a large amount of DNA of each sample. Because only very few markers are expected to show linkage and/or association in family data, a simple, highly efficient and cost-effective screening approach to identification of genetic markers showing linkage and/or association is highly desirable. Using pooled DNA samples may significantly facilitate meeting this goal since hundreds of DNA samples can be reduced to a single sample. Although pooling DNA samples may result
Anomalous dielectric behavior in nanocrystalline γ-Fe2O3
Xisheng Ye,Jian Sha,Bin Chen,Zhengkuan Jiao,Lide Zhang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 1999, DOI: 10.1007/BF02884749
Abstract: The measurements of electric capacities and dielectric loss angles for nanocrystalline γ-Fe2O3, under air and vacuum atmospheres have been conducted by using ac LRC method, and the conductivity and the polarization relaxation time have also been calculated from the frequency spectra of real and imaginary parts of the dielectric constants. The anomalous dielectric behavior implies the existence of two kinds of polarization mechanisms with different relaxation times, which are caused by the defects and the dangling bonds in the interfaces, respectively. The experimental and calculated results indicated that the polarization loss and the conductance loss are dominant in air atmosphere and vacuum, respectively.
Variety distribution pattern and climatic potential productivity of spring maize in Northeast China under climate change
Bin Yuan,JianPing Guo,MingZhu Ye,JunFang Zhao
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-012-5135-x
Abstract: This study was based on the daily meteorological data of 101 meteorological stations from 1971 to 2000 and the 0.25°×0.25° grid data from 1951 to 2100 simulated by RegCM3 under the future A1B climatic scenario published by National Climate Center, in combination with the demand of climatic condition for maize growth in Northeast China. The trajectory of agricultural climatic resources and the effects of climate change on variety distribution and climatic potential productivity of spring maize in Northeast China under future climate change were analyzed. The main agro-climatic resource factors include: the initial date daily average temperature stably passing 10°C ( 10°C), the first frost date, the days of growing period, the 10°C accumulated temperature, and the total radiation and precipitation in the growing period. The results showed that: (1) in the coming 100 years, the first date of 10°C would be significantly advanced, and the first frost date would be delayed. The days of growing period would be extended, the 10°C accumulated temperature and the total radiation would be significantly increased. However, no significant change was found in precipitation. (2) Due to the climate change, the early-maturing varieties will be gradually replaced by late-maturing varieties in Northeast China, and the planting boundaries of several maize varieties would be extended northward and eastward. (3) There would be a significant change in the climatic potential productivity of maize in Northeast China with the high-value gradually moving towards northeast. (4) It was an effective way to increase the climatic potential productivity of maize by appropriate adjustment of sowing date.
Associative-Propositional Evaluation Model: New Explanation of Attitude Change

Ye Na,Zuo Bin,

心理科学进展 , 2007,
Abstract: Studies of attitude are an important part in social psychology. A central theme in recent researches on attitude is the distinction between implicit attitude and explicit attitude. APE model proposed by Gawronski and Bodenhansen pointed out that implicit attitude and explicit attitude had their own underlying mental processes. Implicit attitude is based on associative processes and explicit attitude is based on propositional processes. From the perspective of the APE model, the mutual interplay of the two processes leads to several specific patterns of changes in implicit and explicit attitude. The article introduced theory and main content of the APE model, and then gave comments on the model.
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