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An Algorithm to Find the Optimal Matching in Halin Graphs
Yunting Lu,Yueping Li,Dingjun Lou
IAENG International Journal of Computer Science , 2007,
Ultrasound-Mediated DNA Transformation in Thermophilic Gram-Positive Anaerobes
Lu Lin,Houhui Song,Yuetong Ji,Zhili He,Yunting Pu,Jizhong Zhou,Jian Xu
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0012582
Abstract: Thermophilic, Gram-positive, anaerobic bacteria (TGPAs) are generally recalcitrant to chemical and electrotransformation due to their special cell-wall structure and the low intrinsic permeability of plasma membranes.
Reproductive Biology of Ficus beipeiensis  [PDF]
Hongping Deng, Yunting Li, Long Chen, Shaohu Tang
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.618286
Abstract: This paper uses morphological, anatomical and ecological methods to study the morphological characteristics and propagation mechanism of Ficus beipeiensis S.S Chang which is endemic to China, providing a scientific basis for the rare population of wild plants and repopulation. The following results were obtained. First, F. beipeiensis with pollinating fig wasps was highly adapted in morphological structure and behavior. Second, a monoclinous flower period existed during the developmental phase of male flowers. F. beipeiensis had one to four stamens and one pistil. The pistil in the stigma of syconium flowers was similar to that of gall flowers, but no pollinating fig wasps that laid eggs in the ovary were found. Third, wild individual specimens were found to be rare. The investigation found only one male and four female individuals among them. However, only two female plants can bear fruits. The remaining 9 female plants were cultivated, among which only four grew syconia. No fruit, seed germination, and seeding were found under natural conditions. Several possible reasons for the growth of rare wild plants can be found as following: 1) An imbalance between male and female plants reduces breeding efficiency; 2) Ceratosolen sp. is a species-specific pollinator of F. beipeiensis, so the gall rate is lower; 3) The high mortality of Ceratosolen sp. results in low pollination rate; 4) The seed rate [25.64% ± 54.13% (N = 50)] is lower, ranging from 2% to 70%; 5) Seed germination is difficult under natural conditions.
Micro bubble formation and bubble dissolution in domestic wet central heating systems
Fsadni Andrew M.,Ge Yunting
EPJ Web of Conferences , 2012, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20122501016
Abstract: 16 % of the carbon dioxide emissions in the UK are known to originate from wet domestic central heating systems. Contemporary systems make use of very efficient boilers known as condensing boilers that could result in efficiencies in the 90-100% range. However, research and development into the phenomenon of micro bubbles in such systems has been practically non-existent. In fact, such systems normally incorporate a passive deaerator that is installed as a ‘default’ feature with no real knowledge as to the micro bubble characteristics and their effect on such systems. High saturation ratios are known to occur due to the widespread use of untreated tap water in such systems and due to the inevitable leakage of air into the closed loop circulation system during the daily thermal cycling. The high temperatures at the boiler wall result in super saturation conditions which consequently lead to micro bubble nucleation and detachment, leading to bubbly two phase flow. Experiments have been done on a test rig incorporating a typical 19 kW domestic gas fired boiler to determine the expected saturation ratios and bubble production and dissolution rates in such systems.
Correlation among SDS Sedimentation Value, Swelling Index of Glutenin and Solvent Retention Capacity of Spring Wheat
Deyong ZHAO,Lei WANG,Yunting LEI
Notulae Scientia Biologicae , 2012,
Abstract: The determination of flour end-use quality of progenies is a routine process in high-quality wheat breeding program. Traditional determination involves larger amount of flour and specific instruments, meanwhile, is expensive and time-consuming. A rapid and accurate method which could predict the quality of early generation wheat lines is in high demand in the wheat breeding program. Clarifying the relationships among different prediction indexes is the prerequisite for devising a new prediction method screening the high-quality progenies. This study aimed to clarify the correlations between SDS sedimentation value, SIG and SRCs for both wholemeal flour and flour, as well as to study which parameter could be applied to predict the flour quality of spring wheat rapidly and conveniently. The result of the study showed that WSRC correlated significantly with all the parameters determined, the four different SRCs varied significantly between hard wheat and soft wheat, while SDS sedimentation value and SIG showed no significant difference between hard wheat and soft wheat. SRC test may provide a convenient method for predicting the quality of early generation wheat lines in wheat breeding.
Sex-Dependent Correlations between the Personality Dimension of Harm Avoidance and the Resting-State Functional Connectivity of Amygdala Subregions
Ying Li, Wen Qin, Tianzi Jiang, Yunting Zhang, Chunshui Yu
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0035925
Abstract: Harm avoidance (HA) is a personality dimension involving the tendency to respond intensely to signals of aversive stimuli. Many previous neuroimaging studies have associated HA scores with the structural and functional organization of the amygdala, but none of these studies have evaluated the correlation between HA score and amygdala resting-state functional connectivity (rsFC). Moreover, the amygdala is not a homogeneous structure, and it has been divided into several structurally and functionally distinct subregions. Investigating the associations between HA score and properties of subregions of the amygdala could greatly improve our understanding of HA. In the present study, using a large sample of 291 healthy young adults, we aimed to uncover correlations between HA scores and the rsFCs of each amygdala subregion and to uncover possible sex-based differences in these correlations. We found that subregions of the amygdala showed different rsFC patterns, which contributed differently to individual HA scores. More specifically, HA scores were correlated with rsFCs between the laterobasal amygdala subregion and temporal and occipital cortices related to emotional information input, between the centromedial subregion and the frontal cortices associated with emotional output control, and between the superficial subregion and the frontal and temporal areas involved in both functions. Moreover, significant gender-based differences were uncovered in these correlations. Our findings provide a more detailed model of association between HA scores and amygdala rsFC, extend our understanding of the connectivity of subregions of the amygdala, and confirm sex-based differences in HA associations.
The Neuronal Correlates of Digits Backward Are Revealed by Voxel-Based Morphometry and Resting-State Functional Connectivity Analyses
Rui Li, Wen Qin, Yunting Zhang, Tianzi Jiang, Chunshui Yu
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0031877
Abstract: Digits backward (DB) is a widely used neuropsychological measure that is believed to be a simple and effective index of the capacity of the verbal working memory. However, its neural correlates remain elusive. The aim of this study is to investigate the neural correlates of DB in 299 healthy young adults by combining voxel-based morphometry (VBM) and resting-state functional connectivity (rsFC) analyses. The VBM analysis showed positive correlations between the DB scores and the gray matter volumes in the right anterior superior temporal gyrus (STG), the right posterior STG, the left inferior frontal gyrus and the left Rolandic operculum, which are four critical areas in the auditory phonological loop of the verbal working memory. Voxel-based correlation analysis was then performed between the positive rsFCs of these four clusters and the DB scores. We found that the DB scores were positively correlated with the rsFCs within the salience network (SN), that is, between the right anterior STG, the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex and the right fronto-insular cortex. We also found that the DB scores were negatively correlated with the rsFC within an anti-correlation network of the SN, between the right posterior STG and the left posterior insula. Our findings suggest that DB performance is related to the structural and functional organizations of the brain areas that are involved in the auditory phonological loop and the SN.
Changes of Editing Process of Scientific Journals Caused by Computer Network

Wang Yunting,Wang Li,

中国科技期刊研究 , 2000,
Abstract: 探讨如何利用网络的优势促进编辑流程的变革。要积极开发期刊稿件管理软件,改进传统编辑流程;要利用网络的优势,增进编辑流程的科学性;提出建立纸型版和电子版期刊一体化生产、编辑校一体化的网络化期刊生产线,是编辑和科技期刊管理工作者的当务之急。
Probabilistic Security Evaluation Software for Bulk Power System Considering Bus Arrangement
Hailei He,Jianbo Guo,Yunting Song,Dongxia Zhang
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2008,
Activation of mTOR Ameliorates Fragile X Premutation rCGG Repeat-Mediated Neurodegeneration
Yunting Lin, Chengyuan Tang, Hua He, Ranhui Duan
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0062572
Abstract: Fragile X associated tremor/ataxia syndrome (FXTAS) is a late onset neurodegenerative disorder caused by aberrant expansion of CGG repeats in 5′ UTR of FMR1 gene. The elevated mRNA confers a toxic gain-of-function thought to be the critical event of pathogenesis. Expressing rCGG90 repeats of the human FMR1 5′UTR in Drosophila is sufficient to induce neurodegeneration. Rapamycin has been demonstrated to attenuate neurotoxicity by inducing autophagy in various animal models of neurodegenerative diseases. Surprisingly, we observed rapamycin exacerbated rCGG90-induced neurodegenerative phenotypes through an autophagy-independent mechanism. CGG90 expression levels of FXTAS flies exposed to rapamycin presented no significant differences. We further demonstrated that activation of the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) signaling could suppress neurodegeneration of FXTAS. These findings indicate that rapamycin will exacerbate neurodegeneration, and that enhancing autophagy is insufficient to alleviate neurotoxicity in FXTAS. Moreover, these results suggest mTOR and its downstream molecules as new therapeutic targets for FXTAS by showing significant protection against neurodegeneration.
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