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Bacterial Diversity in Lianyungang Marine Sediment and Qinghai Lake Sediment

HOU Mei-feng,HE Shi-long,LI Dong,ZHANG Jie,ZHAO Yun,

环境科学 , 2011,
Abstract: The 16S rRNA clone libraries of two different saline environments the Lianyungang marine sediment and the Qinghai Lake sediment were constructed.The Shannon diversity index,Chao and ACE richness index and Simpson dominance index of the bacterial communities in the two samples was compared,and the analysis for the bacterial community structures of this two samples was conducted.The results showed that the Shannon diversity index of Lianyungang marine sediment achieved 3.53,and that of Qinghai Lake sediment a...
Preparation of entangled atomic states through simultaneous nonresonant atom--field interaction
Preparation of entangled simultaneous nonresonant atomic states through atom-field interaction

Chen Mei-Feng,

中国物理 B , 2006,
Abstract: A scheme is proposed for generating a three-atom maximal entanglement W state. It is based on the simultaneous nonresonant interaction of atoms with a single-mode cavity field. Our scheme is insensitive to the cavity field, so the cavity field in our scheme can be initially in thermal states.
資訊融入生物科教學之教材製作與教學策略初探 | An Exploratory Study of Integrating Information and Communication Technology into Biology Instruction in Junior High School: Curriculum and Pedagogy
張梅鳳 Mei-Feng Chang
Journal of Library and Information Science , 2004,
Abstract: 頁次:55-65
Stability Analysis and Investigation of a Magnetoelastic Beam Subjected to Axial Compressive Load and Transverse Magnetic Field
Mei-Feng Liu,Tai-Ping Chang
Mathematical Problems in Engineering , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/385742
Abstract: The interactive behaviors between transverse magnetic fields and axial loads of a magnetoelastic (ME) beam subjected to general boundary conditions are investigated. In particular, the instability criterion for the magneto-mechanical buckling problem is intricately discussed based on the structure characteristics and the initial conditions. The equation of motion for the proposed physical model is introduced according to the Hamilton's principle, and the stability criterion is obtained by using the method of multiple scales implemented on both spatial and time domains. Eventually a so-called Schrodinger equation with cubic nonlinearity (NLS) can be generated by suitably changing the variables; as a result, the stable criterion for the magnetoelastic beam can be acquired after dissecting the nonlinear Schrodinger equation and requiring the imaginary part of the time domain solution to be vanished. Stability criterion curve for the dispersion equation of the ME beam is firstly depicted in order to reveal the magnificent influence of the structure characteristic itself, followed by the instability constraint due to the variation of initial conditions and the observation locations. The results indicate that the prior one actually denotes a parabola, whereas the latter one is sometimes a diamond-like or ellipse-like region spotting along the prior one.
Transferring an N-atom state between two distant cavities via an optical fiber

Ma Song-She,Chen Mei-Feng,

中国物理 B , 2009,
Abstract: This paper proposes a scheme for transferring an N-atom state between two distant cavities via an optical fiber. The scheme is based on adiabatic passage along a dark state. In the scheme, all the atoms are always in ground state, the field mode of the fiber remains in vacuum state, and the field mode of the cavities being excited can be negligible under certain conditions. Therefore, the scheme is very robust against decoherence. The successful probability of implementing the quantum state transfer increases with increasing number of atoms. Furthermore, the interaction time does not need to be accurately adjusted as long as the adiabaticity condition is fulfilled.
血浆CD64 和可溶性髓系细胞触发受体-1在肺炎患儿中的诊断价值
Diagnostic values of plasma CD64 and sTREM-1 for pediatric pneumonia

仲美凤, 赵建美
ZHONG Mei-Feng
, ZHAO Jian-Mei

- , 2016, DOI: 10.7499/j.issn.1008-8830.2016.07.006
Feng Chen,Fa-Kun Zheng,Guang-Ning Liu,Mei-Feng Wu
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2010, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536810019318
Abstract: The asymmetric unit of the title CdII compound, [Cd(N3)2(C12H8N2)]n, contains a CdII atom, located on a twofold axis passing through the middle of the phenanthroline molecule, one azide ion and half of a 1,10-phenanthroline molecule. The CdII atom exhibits a distorted octahedral coordination including one chelating 1,10-phenanthroline ligand and four azide ligands. The crystal structure features chains along the c direction in which azide groups doubly bridge two adjacent CdII atoms in an end-on (EO) mode. Interchain π–π stacking interactions, with centroid–centroid separations of 3.408 (2) between the central aromatic rings of 1,10-phenanthroline molecules, lead to a supramolecular sheet parallel to the bc plane.
Characteristics and implications of stress state in a gold mine in Ludong area, China
Peng Li,Mei-feng Cai,Qi-feng Guo,Sheng-jun Miao
- , 2018, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12613-018-1690-8
Abstract: In this study, we obtained information from twenty-one measurement points on the stress magnitudes and orientations of a gold mine in the Ludong area. We used the overcoring technique with an improved hollow inclusion strain gauge and then analyzed the distribution characteristics of the in situ stress field. The results indicate that the stress field is characterized by σH > σh > σv and σH > σv > σh (where σH, σh, and σv are the maximum horizontal, minimum horizontal, and vertical principal stresses, respectively). The regional stress field is dominated by horizontal principal stress. The σH, σh, and σv values show a gradual increasing trend with depth. The σH is predominantly oriented in the NWW–SEE or near-EW direction. We also confirmed the correspondence between the measured stress field and the regional geological structure. In addition, based on the measured stress data, we discuss the implications of the in situ stress with respect to fault activity in the mine area.
Parental bonding in males with adjustment disorder and hyperventilation syndrome
For-Wey Lung, Ting-Hsuan Lee, Mei-Feng Huang
BMC Psychiatry , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1471-244x-12-56
Abstract: A total of 917 males were recruited, 156 with adjustment disorder and hyperventilation syndrome (AD?+?HY), 273 with adjustment disorder without hyperventilation syndrome (AD–HY), and 488 healthy controls. All participants completed the Parental Bonding Instrument, Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, and Chinese Health Questionnaire.Analysis using structural equation models identified a pathway relationship in which parental bonding affected personality characteristics, personality characteristics affected mental health condition, and mental health condition affected the development of hyperventilation or adjustment disorder. Males with AD–HY perceived less paternal care, and those with AD?+?HY perceived more maternal protection than those with adjustment disorder and those in the control group. Participants with AD–HY were more neurotic and less extroverted than those with AD?+?HY. Both groups showed poorer mental health than the controls.Although some patients with hyperventilation syndrome demonstrated symptoms of adjustment disorder, there were different predisposing factors between the two groups in terms of parental bonding and personality characteristics. This finding is important for the early intervention and prevention of hyperventilation and adjustment disorder.Parental attachment and premorbid personality traits play an important role in shaping the developmental trajectory of an individual and influence their ability to adjust to stressful events [1-3]. In particular, problems with parental attachment during childhood are considered to be a predisposing factor for the onset of many psychiatric conditions, such as anxiety, depressive states, and maladjustment behaviors [4-8].Hyperventilation syndrome refers to various somatic and psychological symptoms that appear to be a consequence of episodes of hyperventilation with no known organic basis [9]. It was identified first by DaCosta in 1871 in military personnel [10]. A study of functional somatic complaint
Association of the MAOA promoter uVNTR polymorphism with suicide attempts in patients with major depressive disorder
For-Wey Lung, Dong-Sheng Tzeng, Mei-Feng Huang, Ming-Been Lee
BMC Medical Genetics , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2350-12-74
Abstract: Four different groups were included: 432 community controls, 385 patients with MDD who had not attempted suicide, 96 community subjects without mental disorders who had attempted suicide, and 109 patients with MDD who had attempted suicide. The MAOA uVNTR polymorphism was genotyped by a PCR technique. The symptom profiles and personal characteristics in each group were also compared.The MAOA 4R allele was more frequent in males with MDD than in male community controls (χ2 = 4.182, p = 0.041). Logistic regression analysis showed that, among the depressed subjects, those younger in age, more neurotic or who smoked had an increased risk of suicide (β = -0.04, p = 0.002; β = 0.15, p = 0.017; β = 0.79, p = 0.031, respectively). Moreover, among those who had attempted suicide, those younger in age, with more paternal overprotection, and more somatic symptoms were more likely to be in the MDD group than in the community group (β = -0.11, p < 0.001; β = 0.15, p = 0.026; β = 1.11, p < 0.001). Structural equation modeling (SEM) showed that nongenetic factors, such as age, paternal overprotection, and somatic symptoms, were associated with MDD, whereas depressed suicide were associated with severity of depression, personality traits, age, marital status, and inversely associated with anxiety symptoms. However, depression did not affect suicidal behavior in the community group.The MAOA 4R allele is associated with enhanced vulnerability to suicide in depressed males, but not in community subjects. The MAOA 4R allele affects vulnerability to suicide through the mediating factor of depressive symptoms. Further large-scale studies are needed to verify the psychopathology of the relationships among MAOA uVNTR polymorphism, symptom profiles, and suicidal behavior.According to the results of a population-based survey, 16.3% of young adults in the general population in the USA and 25.2% of individuals with a general medical condition develop suicidal ideation [1]. In Taiwan, symptoms
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