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Study on the Ecotourism Development in Dazhou  [PDF]
Xiaomei Pu, Lin Tian, Zibiao Cheng
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2018.65002
Abstract: After comprehensive discussion of the origin of ecotourism, the concept of ecotourism and the theoretical basis for ecotourism development, the paper carried out the SWOT analysis on ecotourism development in Dazhou City, and then proposed development strategies. The strategies were to: enhance the ecological awareness of the entire people and create a good atmosphere for ecotourism development; break the talent bottleneck of ecotourism development by adopting the policy of “combination boxing”; make scientific and feasible master plan for Dazhou’s ecotourism development; develop quality ecotourism products; innovate marketing strategies for ecotourism in Dazhou.
Study on Innovation of Credit Investigation and Education in Dazhi Moving Cloud Era  [PDF]
Xiaomei Pu, Luo Li, Zibiao Cheng
Journal of Financial Risk Management (JFRM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jfrm.2018.72010
Abstract: On the basis of fully grasping the characteristics of the era of Dazhi Moving Cloud, we discovered that the following problems existed in the education for credit information and propaganda in the era of Dazhi Moving Cloud: the lack of compound type credit information propaganda and education talent; the database of credit information culture has not yet been completed; intelligence, credit information, education, and education media are mainly traditional and have poor interaction; credit information and education lack of legal protection. Then it proposes strategies for the development of credit information education in Dazhi Mobile Cloud era: formulate a general plan for credit information education under the background of Dazhi Mobile Cloud, establish a multi-party cooperation mechanism based on Dazhi Cloud Shift Technology, and innovate a multi-disciplinary training model for credit information and education. The establishment of a large database of credit information culture laid a solid foundation for the propaganda and education of the credit information culture; accelerated the integration of old and new media; innovated the education model for credit information culture; and accelerated the credit information legislation.
Research on Side Reform Strategies of Service Supply in Dazhou  [PDF]
Zibiao Cheng, Chengduan Wang, Xiaoyi Liu
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2018.612021
Abstract: Dazhou is a large industrial and agricultural city with a huge population. The proportion of service industry in GDP is lower than the secondary industry. Compared with the overall level of the whole country, there is a big gap, and the development potential of service industry is huge. There are three major obstacles to the supply-side reform of the service industry in Dazhou: unsuitable institutional supply and transformational development, uncoordinated consumption supply and market demand, and unbalanced talent supply and development needs. In order to solve these problems, it is required to strengthen the supply of the system, accumulate the power of transformation, improve the quality of supply, guide the return of consumption, strengthen the supply of talents, and create a dynamic state of Dazhou to promote the transformation and upgrading of the service industry. While maintaining the growth rate of the service industry, it must integrate with agriculture and industry, and provide services for the development of agriculture and industry and a platform to foster the new vitality of Dazhou’s economic development.
On the Origin, Development and Prospect of Rural Tourism in China  [PDF]
Zibiao Cheng, Chengduan Wang, Aili Pu
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2018.812162
Abstract: This paper explores the origin of rural tourism in China, and holds that rural tourism in China originated from the first Litchi Festival held in Shenzhen in 1988. Through the analysis of the development history of rural tourism in China for 30 years, the development of rural tourism in China is divided into three stages, which predicts the development direction of rural tourism in China.
A Study on Synergistic Development of All-for-One Ecotourism of Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Cluster  [PDF]
Zibiao Cheng, Chengduan Wang
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105379
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Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Cluster boasts abundant cultural and natural tourism resources. However, its socioeconomic effect remains non-prominent due to backward infrastructure, shortage of ecotourism talents and insufficient synergistic development. We must seek to promote a synergistic development of all-for-one ecotourism so as to enhance the socioeconomic effect of Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Cluster. All these cannot do without concerted efforts from government, tourism businesses and tourists.
Microarray Analysis of Gene Regulations and Potential Association with Acephate-Resistance and Fitness Cost in Lygus lineolaris
Yu Cheng Zhu, Zibiao Guo, Yueping He, Randall Luttrell
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0037586
Abstract: The tarnished plant bug has become increasingly resistant to organophosphates in recent years. To better understand acephate resistance mechanisms, biological, biochemical, and molecular experiments were systematically conducted with susceptible (LLS) and acephate-selected (LLR) strains. Selection of a field population with acephate significantly increased resistance ratio to 5.9-fold, coupled with a significant increase of esterase activities by 2-fold. Microarray analysis of 6,688 genes revealed 329 up- and 333 down-regulated (≥2-fold) genes in LLR. Six esterase, three P450, and one glutathione S-transferase genes were significantly up-regulated, and no such genes were down-regulated in LLR. All vitellogenin and eggshell protein genes were significantly down-regulated in LLR. Thirteen protease genes were significantly down-regulated and only 3 were up-regulated in LLR. More than twice the number of catalysis genes and more than 3.6-fold of metabolic genes were up-regulated, respectively, as compared to those down-regulated with the same molecular and biological functions. The large portion of metabolic or catalysis genes with significant up-regulations indicated a substantial increase of metabolic detoxification in LLR. Significant increase of acephate resistance, increases of esterase activities and gene expressions, and variable esterase sequences between LLS and LLR consistently demonstrated a major esterase-mediated resistance in LLR, which was functionally provable by abolishing the resistance with esterase inhibitors. In addition, significant elevation of P450 gene expression and reduced susceptibility to imidacloprid in LLR indicated a concurrent resistance risk that may impact other classes of insecticides. This study demonstrated the first association of down-regulation of reproductive- and digestive-related genes with resistance to conventional insecticides, suggesting potential fitness costs associated with resistance development. This study shed new light on the understanding of the molecular basis of insecticide resistance, and the information is highly valuable for development of chemical control guidelines and tactics to minimize resistance and cross-resistance risks.
Effect of HSP70 antisense RNA on normal sorghum pollen formation
Chen Jiannan,Fu Hongyi,Lu Zixian,Qin Huanying,Zhang Lei,Guo Zibiao
Chinese Science Bulletin , 1997, DOI: 10.1007/BF02883201
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Tracking Rural Health Facility Financial Data in Resource-Limited Settings: A Case Study from Rwanda
Chunling Lu ? ,Sandy Tsai,John Ruhumuriza,Grace Umugiraneza,Solange Kandamutsa,Phillip P. Salvatore,Zibiao Zhang,Agnes Binagwaho,Fidele Ngabo ?
PLOS Medicine , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001763
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Regulation of Electroacupuncture on Gastric Myoelectrial Activities: Monitered by Electrogastrograms  [PDF]
Peng Cheng
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B018
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It is reported that acupuncture on some acupoints can enhance the regularity of gastric myoelectrical activities, which can be observed from the electrogastrograms (EEGs). In this paper, the electroacupuncture (EA) treatments were performed on subjects with slight gastric disorders and the EEGs were monitored in the meanwhile. The EEGs features of baseline, during and after EA treatments were analyzed. The results show that the EA treatments do enhance the regularity of EEGs. And a highly possible pattern for EA to attain the enhancement is to regulate the pacemaker quantity and propagation of slow waves rather than regulating the amplitude of slow waves.

Volatility Forecasting and Volatility Risk Premium  [PDF]
Jingfei Cheng
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2015.31014
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Volatility is an important variable in the financial market. We propose a model-free implied volatility method to measure the volatility and test the volatility risk premium. The model-free implied volatility does not depend on the option pricing model, and extracts information from all the option contracts. We provide empirical evidence from the S & P 500 index option that model-free implied volatility is more accurate to forecast the future volatility and the volatility risk premium does not exist.

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