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Photosynthesis of subtropical forest species from different successional status in relation to foliar nutrients and phosphorus fractions

laboratory. Author information Author notes Guihua Zhang and Lingling Zhang contributed equally to this work. AffiliationsKey Laboratory of Vegetation Restoration and Management of Degraded Ecosystems ... , South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, 510650, ChinaGuihua Zhang, Lingling Zhang & Dazhi WenCollege of Resources and Environment, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Local uniqueness of positive solutions for a coupled system of fractional differential equations with integral boundary conditions

Zhai 1 Lingling Zhang 0 0 College of Mathematics, Taiyuan University of Technology , Taiyuan, Shanxi 030024 , P.R. China 1 School of Mathematical Sciences, Shanxi University , Taiyuan, Shanxi 030006

CD146: a potential therapeutic target for systemic sclerosis

, Xiaofeng Zeng and Xiyun Yan designed the experiments. Lingling Zhang, Yongting Luo, Xiao Teng, Zhenzhen Wu and Fei Wang performed all the experiments, analyzed and interpreted the data, Mengtao Li, Dong Xu ... , Qian Wang collected patients materials, Lingling Zhang, Yongting Luo, Jing Feng, Xiaofeng Zeng and Xiyun Yan wrote the manuscript, which all authors edited and approved. Lingling Zhang, Yongting Luo

The solution for a class of sum operator equation and its application to fractional differential equation boundary value problems

In this paper we study a class of sum operator equation A x + B x + C ( x , x ) = x on ordered Banach spaces, where A is an increasing operator, B is a decreasing operator, and C is a mixed monotone operator. The existence and uniqueness of its positive solution are obtained by using the properties of cone and fixed point theorems for mixed monotone operators. As an application...

Ethnobotanical study of traditional edible plants used by the Naxi people during droughts

Background Since 2009, millions of people have been forced to live under food shortage by the continuous drought in Southwestern China. The market was the primary source of aid grains, and fears that the market will be unable to provide sufficient food make safeguarding food security in the face of climate change crucial. Traditional adaptive strategies of pre-market indigenous...

Some Comments on Big Data and Data Science

(2010CB731400). Lingling Zhang currently is Associate Professor at School of Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. She also works as a researcher at Research Centre on Fictitious Economy & Data

Global and Blow-Up Solutions for a Class of Nonlinear Parabolic Problems under Robin Boundary Condition

, Shanxi 030024, China Received 26 June 2014; Accepted 28 July 2014; Published 14 August 2014 Academic Editor: Sanling Yuan Copyright © 2014 Lingling Zhang and Hui Wang. This is an open access article

Evaluation of water use structure and regulation to balance supply and demand in the Nansi Lake basin, China

In an established water supply system, the increasing demand for water resources caused by economic growth becomes a key issue for water resource management in China. From the water demand management perspective, this paper analyzed the mechanism of internal feedbacks among water resources, population, and economic mutual effects and established a system dynamics model to...

Attitudes towards primary care career in community health centers among medical students in China

Background Very few of the primary care doctors currently working in China’s community health centers have a college degree (issued by 5-year medical schools). How to attract college graduates to community services in the future, therefore, has major policy relevance in the government’s ongoing efforts to reform community health care and fill in the long-absent role of general...

Non-integrating lentiviral vectors based on the minimal S/MAR sequence retain transgene expression in dividing cells

Safe and efficient gene transfer systems are the basis of gene therapy applications. Non-integrating lentiviral (NIL) vectors are among the most promising candidates for gene transfer tools, because they exhibit high transfer efficiency in both dividing and non-dividing cells and do not present a risk of insertional mutagenesis. However, non-integrating lentiviral vectors cannot...

Influence of pyrolysis temperature on lead immobilization by chemically modified coconut fiber-derived biochars in aqueous environments

Biochar has received widespread attention as an eco-friendly and efficient material for immobilization of toxic heavy metals in aqueous environments. In the present study, three types of coconut fiber-derived biochars were obtained by pyrolyzing at three temperatures, i.e., 300, 500, and 700 °C. In addition, nine types of biochars were prepared by chemical modification with...

Membrane immunoglobulin expressed by retroviral vector gene transfer mimics partial function of the B-cell receptor in vivo

Activation of B-cells is initiated by the ligation of B-cell receptors by its cognate antigen, inducing a series of signal cascades. Understanding the molecular mechanisms of these important events is a crucial goal for immunologists. Chimeric B cell receptors provide a powerful tool for analysis of B-cell signal function. However, this method can only be used in tool cells, but...

Review on the Applications and the Handling Techniques of Big Data in Chinese Realty Enterprises

conference proceedings. Her research interest includes data mining theory and application, decision science, and operational research. Lingling Zhang currently is Associate Professor at School of Management

MiR-146a rs2910164 G/C polymorphism and gastric cancer susceptibility: a meta-analysis

published, only the largest series were selected. Data extraction The final set of articles was assessed independently by two reviewers (Zhong Xu and Lingling Zhang) according to the inclusion criteria

The Elevated Secreted Immunoglobulin D Enhanced the Activation of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Immunoglobulin D (IgD) is a surface immunoglobulin that is expressed as either membrane IgD (mIgD) or secreted IgD (sIgD). Researchers have shown that sIgD is often elevated in patients with autoimmune diseases. The possible roles of sIgD on the function of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are still unclear. In this study, we compared the...

Malaria in Zhejiang Province, China, from 2005 to 2014

Chen, Linong Yao, Lingling Zhang, Xuan Zhang, Qiaoyi Lu, Kegen Yu, and Wei Ruan, Zhejiang Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Communicable Diseases Control and Prevention

Immunogenicity of porcine circovirus type 2 nucleic acid vaccine containing CpG motif for mice

Background This study aimed at reseaching the immune effect of porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) DNA vaccine containing CpG motif on mice. Methods A total of 40 6-week-old female BALB/c mice were randomly divided into four groups which were immunized by 18CpG-pVAX1-ORF2, pVAX1-ORF2, pVAX1 and PBS, respectively, and immunized again 2 weeks later. All mice were challenged with 0.2...

Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal dietary plants used by the Naxi People in Lijiang Area, Northwest Yunnan, China

Background Food and herbal medicinal therapy is an important aspect of Chinese traditional culture and traditional Chinese medicine. The Naxi are indigenous residents of the Ancient Tea Horse Road, and the medicine of the Naxi integrates traditional Chinese, Tibetan, and Shamanic medicinal systems, however, little is known about the medicinal dietary plants used by the Naxi...

Large urban–rural disparity in the severity of two-week illness: updated results based on the first health service survey of Hunan Province, China

Background To examine urban–rural differences in the severity of non-fatal disease and injury using the latest household interview survey data of Hunan Province, China. Methods Two-week illness data were from the first provincial health household interview survey of Hunan in 2013. The proportion of patients being bedridden, the average days of being bedridden and the average off...

The Rho GTPase Family Genes in Bivalvia Genomes: Sequence, Evolution and Expression Analysis

Background Rho GTPases are important members of the Ras superfamily, which represents the largest signaling protein family in eukaryotes, and function as key molecular switches in converting and amplifying external signals into cellular responses. Although numerous analyses of Rho family genes have been reported, including their functions and evolution, a systematic analysis of...