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Meromorphic Functions Sharing Three Values  [PDF]
Changjun Li, Limei Wang
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/am.2011.26095
Abstract: In this paper, we prove a result on the uniqueness of meromorphic functions sharing three values counting multiplicity and improve a result obtained by Xiaomin Li and Hongxun Yi.
The Boundary Value Problem of the Equations with Nonnegative Characteristic Form
Limei Li,Tian Ma
Boundary Value Problems , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/208085
Abstract: We study the generalized Keldys-Fichera boundary value problem for a class of higher order equations with nonnegative characteristic. By using the acute angle principle and the H lder inequalities and Young inequalities we discuss the existence of the weak solution. Then by using the inverse H lder inequalities, we obtain the regularity of the weak solution in the anisotropic Sobolev space.
The Boundary Value Problem of the Equations with Nonnegative Characteristic Form
Li Limei,Ma Tian
Boundary Value Problems , 2010,
Abstract: We study the generalized Keldys-Fichera boundary value problem for a class of higher order equations with nonnegative characteristic. By using the acute angle principle and the H lder inequalities and Young inequalities we discuss the existence of the weak solution. Then by using the inverse H lder inequalities, we obtain the regularity of the weak solution in the anisotropic Sobolev space.
Rice yield, nitrogen utilization and ammonia volatilization as influenced by modified rice cultivation at varying nitrogen rates  [PDF]
Limei Zhao, Lianghuan Wu, Cunjun Dong, Yongshan Li
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/as.2010.11002
Abstract: Field experiments were conducted in 2006 to investigate the impacts of modified rice cultivation systems on: grain yield, N uptake, ammonia volatilization from rice soil and N use efficiency (ANUE, agronomic N use efficiency; and PFP, partial factor productivity of applied N). The trials compared rice production using modified methods of irrigation, planting, weeding and nutrient management (the system of rice intensification, SRI) with traditional flooding (TF). The effects of different N application rates (0, 80, 160, 240 kg ha-1) and of N rates interacting with cultivation methods were also evaluated. Grain yields ranged from 5.6 to 6.9 t ha-1 with SRI, and from 4.0 to 6.1 t ha-1 under TF management. On average, grain yields under SRI were 24% higher than that with TF. Ammonia volatilization was increased significantly under SRI compared with TF and the average total amount of ammonia volatilization loss during the rice growth stage under SRI was 22% higher than TF. With increases in application rate, N uptake by rice increased, and the ratio of N in the seed to total N in the plant decreased. Furthermore, results showed that higher ANUE was achieved at a relatively low N fertilizer rate (80 kg ha-1 N) with SRI. Results of these studies suggest that SRI increased rice yield and N uptake and improved ammonia volatilization loss from rice soil compared with TF. Moreover, there were significant interactions between N application rates and cultivation methods. We conclude that it was the most important to adjust the amount of N application under SRI, such as reducing the amount of N application. Research on effects of N fertilizer on rice yield and environmental pollution under SRI may be worth further studying.
The Distribution and Morphology Alterations of Microfilaments and Microtubules in Mesophyll Cells and Root-Tip Cells of Wheat Seedlings under Enhanced Ultraviolet-B Radiation  [PDF]
Limei Gao, Yongfeng Li, Aihua Guo, Jingru Zhai, Rong Han
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.522358
The distribution and morphology alterations of microfilaments and microtubules in the mesophyll cells and root-tip cells of wheat seedlings, which had been radiated by enhanced ultraviolet-B (10.08 KJ·m-2·d-1), were examined through the confocal laser scanning microscope (Model FV1000, Olympus, Japan). Microtubule was labeled with an indirect immunofluorescence staining method, and microfilament was labeled with fluorescein isothiocyanate-phalloidin (FITC-Ph) as probes. The results indicated that microtubules in mesophyll cells, compared with the controls, would be depolymerized significantly, and dispersed randomly showing some spots or short rods in the cytoplasm, under the enhanced UV-B radiation condition. The microtubule bundles tended to be diffused, and the fluorescence intensity of that significantly decreased. The distribution pattern of microfilaments, which usually arranged parallelly in control cells, was broken up by enhanced UV-B radiation. We further investigated the distribution and morphology of microtubules in root-tip cells during every stage of cell division, and found that these aberrant phenomena of microtubules were often associated with abnormal cell division. Our findings suggested that the distribution, morphology and structure of cytoskeleton in mesophyll cells and root-tip cells of wheat seedlings would be affected by enhanced UV-B radiation, which might be related to abnormal cell division caused by enhanced UV-B radiation as an extracellular signal.
Comparative Studies of the Pyrolytic and Kinetic Characteristics of Maize Straw and the Seaweed Ulva pertusa
Naihao Ye,Demao Li,Limei Chen,Xiaowen Zhang,Dong Xu
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0012641
Abstract: Seaweed has attracted considerable attention as a potential biofuel feedstock. The pyrolytic and kinetic characteristics of maize straw and the seaweed Ulva pertusa were studied and compared using heating rates of 10, 30 and 50°C min?1 under an inert atmosphere. The activation energy, and pre-exponential factors were calculated by the Flynn-Wall-Ozawa (FWO), Kissinger-Akahira-Sunose (KAS) and Popescu methods. The kinetic mechanism was deduced by the Popescu method. The results indicate that there are three stages to the pyrolysis; dehydration, primary devolatilization and residual decomposition. There were significant differences in average activation energy, thermal stability, final residuals and reaction rates between the two materials. The primary devolatilization stage of U. pertusa can be described by the Avramic-Erofeev equation (n = 3), whereas that of maize straw can be described by the Mampel Power Law (n = 2). The average activation energy of maize straw and U. pertusa were 153.0 and 148.7 KJ mol?1, respectively. The pyrolysis process of U.pertusa would be easier than maize straw. And co-firing of the two biomass may be require less external heat input and improve process stability. There were minor kinetic compensation effects between the pre-exponential factors and the activation energy.
Primary meningeal melanocytoma of the anterior cranial fossa: a case report and review of the literature
Bowen Lin, Hongfa Yang, Limei Qu, Ye Li, Jinlu Yu
World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7819-10-135
Abstract: A 27-year-old man presented with headache and diplopia at our department. Fundoscopy showed left optic nerve atrophy and right papilledema consistent with Foster-Kennedy syndrome. Neurological exams were otherwise normal. A left frontal irregular space-occupying lesion was seen on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and enhancement was shown on contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) scan. CT angiography (CTA) revealed vascular compression around the lesion. Prior to surgery, meningioma was diagnosed and gross tumor removal was performed. On postoperative pathohistological exam, the tumor proved to be a meningeal melanocytoma, WHO grade I. No skin melanoma was found. After surgery, the patient received radiation therapy. No tumor was seen on follow-up MR images six months after surgery. The patient was well after two and a half years, and there was no tumor recurrence on the follow-up CT.This case of primary meningeal melanocytoma located at the anterior cranial fossa is very rare. Although primary meningeal melanocytoma is benign, it may behave aggressively. Complete surgical resection is curative for most cases. Radiation therapy is important to prevent relapse of the tumor, especially in cases of incomplete surgical resection.
Cystic cavernous malformation of the cerebellopontine angle: Case report and literature review
Haiyan Huang, Kan Xu, Limei Qu, Ye Li, Jinlu Yu
World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7819-9-36
Abstract: A 50-year-old man presented with vertigo and progressive hearing loss in the right ear. MRI examination revealed a lesion in the CPA with solid and cystic components. Surgery was performed. Well-circumscribed adhesion to cranial nerves, the cerebellum, or the brain stem was noted during surgery. The lesion was totally resected. Pathological examination suggested the lesion to be a CM. At 1-year follow-up, the symptoms at presentation had resolved and no complications had occurred.Although cystic CMs of the CPA have no established imaging features, a diagnosis of CMs may be suspected when a cystic lesion is present in the CPA and does not involve internal acoustic meatus or dura mater of the skull base. Skillful microsurgical techniques and monitoring of cranial nerves will secure good outcomes for patients with cystic CMs in the CPA.Cavernous malformations (CMs) occur in 0.4-0.8% of the general population, and they account for 10-15% of all vascular malformations of the central nervous system [1,2]. Intracranial CMs are commonly located in the supratentorial region, brain stem, basal ganglion, and cerebellar hemisphere [3]. However, CMs arising in the cerebellopontine angle (CPA) are an extremely rare clinical entity. At present, there are few reports available on such CMs. The majority of the CMs in the CPA reported to date are solid lesions that arise from the internal auditory canal and extend to the CPA [4]. In contrast, cystic CMs in the CPA are very uncommon: Only four cases of cystic CMs in the CPA have been reported to date, and none involved the internal auditory canal [5-8]. The exact causes of cyst formation remain largely undefined; however, previous studies have suggested that recurrent minor hemorrhage from the sinusoids of the vascular malformation or from the neocapillary of the cyst wall may underlie the growth of the cyst [8,9]. Herein, we describe a patient with cystic CM of the CPA who was admitted to our hospital and whose lesion was not adheren
Calcification of vestibular schwannoma: a case report and literature review
Zhang Yang,Yu Jinlu,Qu Limei,Li Yunqian
World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7819-10-207
Abstract: Calcification rarely occurs in vestibular schwannoma (VS), and only seven cases of calcified VS have been reported in the literature. Here, we report a 48-year-old man with VS, who had a history of progressive left-sided hearing loss for 3 years. Neurological examination revealed that he had left-sided hearing loss and left cerebellar ataxia. Magnetic resonance imaging and computerized tomography angiography showed a mass with calcification in the left cerebellopontine angle (CPA). The tumor was successfully removed via suboccipital craniotomy, and postoperative histopathology showed that the tumor was a schwannoma. We reviewed seven cases of calcified VS that were previously reported in the literature, and we analyzed and summarized the characteristics of these tumors, including the calcification, texture, and blood supply. We conclude that calcification in VS is associated with its texture and blood supply, and these characteristics affect the surgical removal of the tumor.
Segmentation for High-Resolution Optical Remote Sensing Imagery Using Improved Quadtree and Region Adjacency Graph Technique
Gang Fu,Hongrui Zhao,Cong Li,Limei Shi
Remote Sensing , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/rs5073259
Abstract: An approach based on the improved quadtree structure and region adjacency graph for the segmentation of a high-resolution remote sensing image is proposed in this paper. In order to obtain the initial segmentation results of the image, the image is first iteratively split into quarter sections and the quadtree structure is constructed. In this process, an improved fast calculation method for standard deviation of image is proposed, which significantly increases the speed of quadtree segmentation with standard deviation criterion. A spatial indexing structure was built using improved Morton encoding based on this structure, which provides the merging process with data structure for neighborhood queries. Then, in order to obtain the final segmentation result, we constructed a feature vector using both spectral and texture factors, and proposed an algorithm for region merging based on the region adjacency graph technique. Finally, to validate the method, experiments were performed on GeoEye-1 and IKONOS color images, and the segmentation results were compared with two typical algorithms: multi-resolution segmentation and Mean-Shift segmentation. The experimental results showed that: (1)?Compared with multi-resolution and Mean-Shift segmentation, our method increased efficiency by 3–5 times and 10 times, respectively; (2) Compared with the typical algorithms, the new method significantly improved the accuracy of segmentation.
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