Abstract:
It was proved that an exogenous gene was successfully transferred to chicken embryo and Primordial Germ Cells (PGCs) by the injection of the blastoderm. In this experiment, an exogenous gene, Lac Z constructs encoding Escherichia coli beta-galactosidase was introduced into chicken blastoderm (stage X) just ovoposition using lipofection reagent. After injection of gene the eggs were incubated in routine manner until developmental stage 12-15. Survival rate of the treated embryo was 35.6%. Lac Z expression was mosaic manner and low efficiency. However, it was obtained Lac Z specific band from chicken PGCs by PCR method.

Abstract:
Recently, three reactor neutrino experiments, Daya Bay, Double Chooz and RENO have directly measured the neutrino mixing angle $\theta_{13}$. In this paper, another important oscillation parameter, effective $\Delta m_{31}^2$ (= $\Delta \tilde{m}_{31}^2$) is measured using baseline dependence of the reactor neutrino disappearances. A global fit is applied to publicly available data and $\Delta \tilde{m}_{31}^2 = 2.95^{+0.59}_{-1.07} \times 10^{-3}$ eV$^2$, $\sin^22\theta_{13} = 0.099^{+0.024}_{-0.018}$ are obtained by setting both parameters free. This result is complementary to $\Delta tilde{m}_{31}^2$ to be measured by spectrum shape analysis. The measured $\Delta \tilde{m}_{31}^2$ is consistent with $\Delta \tilde{m}_{32}^2$ measured by $\nu_{\mu}$ disappearance in MINOS, T2K and atmospheric neutrino experiments within errors. The minimum $\chi^2$ is small, which means the results from the three reactor neutrino experiments are consistent with each other.

Abstract:
In the surface acoustic wave quantum computer, the spin state of an electron trapped in a moving quantum dot comprises the physical qubit of the scheme. Via detailed analytic and numerical modeling of the qubit dynamics, we discuss the effect of excitations into higher-energy orbital states of the quantum dot that occur when the qubits pass through magnetic fields. We describe how single-qubit quantum operations, such as single-qubit rotations and single-qubit measurements, can be performed using only localized static magnetic fields. The models provide useful parameter regimes to be explored experimentally when the requirements on semiconductor gate fabrication and the nanomagnetics technology are met in the future.

Abstract:
In 2011 and 2012, three reactor neutrino experiments, Double Chooz, Daya Bay and RENO showed positive signals of reactor neutrino disappearance and measured a mixing parameter sin^2(2th13) at average baselines 1.05, 1.65 and 1.44km, respectively. It is possible to measure effective Dm31^2 from distortion of neutrino energy spectrum (E dependence of the oscillation) in those experiments. However, since it requires a precise energy calibration, such measurements have not been reported yet. Dm31^2 can also be measured from baseline (L) dependence of the neutrino oscillation. In this paper, Dm31^2 is measured from disappearance probabilities of the three reactor experiments which have different baselines, to be 2.99^{+1.13}_{-1.58}(^{+0.86}_{-0.88}) X 10^{-3}eV^2, where the errors are two (one) dimensional uncertainties. This is consistent with Dm32^2 measured by \nu_{\mu} disappearance in accelerator experiments. Importance of Dm31^2 measurement and future possibilities are also discussed.

Abstract:
Recently, three reactor neutrino experiments, Daya Bay, Double Chooz and RENO have directly measured the neutrino mixing angle $\theta_{13}$. In this paper, another important oscillation parameter, effective $\Delta m_{31}^2$ (= $\Delta \tilde{m}_{31}^2$) is measured using baseline dependence of the reactor neutrino disappearance. A global fit is applied to publicly available data and $\Delta \tilde{m}_{31}^2 = 2.95^{+0.42}_{-0.61} \times 10^{-3}$ eV$^2$, $\sin^22\theta_{13} = 0.099^{+0.016}_{-0.012}$ are obtained by setting both parameters free. This result is complementary to $\Delta tilde{m}_{31}^2$ to be measured by spectrum shape analysis. The measured $\Delta \tilde{m}_{31}^2$ is consistent with $\Delta \tilde{m}_{32}^2$ measured by $\nu_{\mu}$ disappearance in MINOS, T2K and atmospheric neutrino experiments within errors. The minimum $\chi^2$ is small, which means the results from the three reactor neutrino experiments are consistent with each other.

Abstract:
Polymer blends of cold water soluble starches (amylose or amylopectin
soluble starch) with gelatin were prepared using solvent casting method. The
solid state miscibility and polymer-polymer interactions between the
constituent polymers were studied by fourier transforms infrared spectroscopy
(FTIR), X-ray diffraction (XRD), differential scanning calorirmetry (DSC),
light optical microscopy (OP) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM), whereas
the thermal stability of the blends was studied by thermogravimetric analysis
(TGA). Furthermore, tensile and water vapor barrier properties of the blends were
assessed. The obtained results exhibited that gelatin was more miscible with
amylose soluble starch than with amylopectin soluble starch. Moreover, enhancing
mechanical and water barrier properties of amylose soluble starch/gelatin
blends were more pronounced than those of amylopectin soluble starch/gelatin
blends. Generally, tensile strength (TS) and Elongation percentage (E) of the
blend films were found to be gradually increased with increasing the proportion
of gelatin. Nevertheless, increasing starch proportion was in favor of
decreasing water vapor permeability (WVP). At equal proportions of starch and
gelatin (1:1), TS was raised up to 8.69 MPa for amylose soluble starch/gelatin
blend films while it raised up to 4.96 MPa for amylopectin soluble starch/gelatin
blend films, and so on E was increased to its maximum by ~179.6% for soluble
amylose starch/gelatin blends while it was increased to ~114.5% for amylopectin
soluble starch/gelatin blends. On the other hand, WVP was significantly decreased
to be 6.46 and 12.09 g·mm/m^{2}·day·kPa for blends of amylose and amylopectin
soluble starches, respectively.

Abstract:
A characterization of chaotic order is given by using generalized Furuta inequality and its application to related norm inequalities is given as a precise estimation of our previous paper [15]. Also parallel results related to generalized Furuta inequality are given by using nice characterization of chaotic order by Fujii et al. [7].

Abstract:
We discuss operator inequalities associated with H lder–McCarthy and Kantorovich inequalities. We give a complementary inequality of H lder–McCarthy one as an extension of [2] and also we give an application to the order preserving power inequality.

Abstract:
A characterization of chaotic order is given by using generalized Furuta inequality and its application to related norm inequalities is given as a precise estimation of our previous paper [15]. Also parallel results related to generalized Furuta inequality are given by using nice characterization of chaotic order by Fujii et al. [7].

Abstract:
To improve the efficiency of the encoding and the decoding is the important problem in the quantum error correction. In a preceding work, a general algorithm for decoding the stabilizer code is shown. This paper will show an decoding which is more efficient for some codes. The proposed decoding as well as the conventional decoding consists of the eigenvalue output step and the entanglement dissolution step. The proposed decoding outputs a part of the eigenvalues into a part of the code qubits in contrast to the conventional method's outputting into the ancilla. Besides, the proposed decoding dissolves a part of the entanglement in the eigenvalue output step in contrast to the conventional method which does not dissolve in the eigenvalue output step. With these improvements, the number of gates was reduced for some codes.