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The columnar phenotype is a very valuable genetic resource for apple breeding because of its compact growth form determined by the dominant gene Co. Using bulked segregant analysis combined with several DNA molecular marker techniques to screen the F1 progeny of Spur Fuji × Telamon (heterozygous for Co), 9 new DNA markers (6 RAPD, 1 AFLP and 2 SSRs) linked(More)
We demonstrated experimental comparison between ghost imaging and traditional non-correlated imaging under disturbance of scattering. Ghost imaging appears more robust. The quality of ghost imaging does not change much when the scattering is getting stronger, while that of traditional imaging declines dramatically. A concise model is developed to explain(More)
A DNA marker linked to the columnar gene (Co) in apple (Malus domestica) was explored based on the population of 105 progenies of 'Spur Fuji' x 'Telamon' by bulk segregant analysis (BSA) and Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) technique. A total of 300 random primers were screened and a RAPD marker (S1142(682)) closely linked to Co gene (2.86 cM) was(More)
The role of priori knowledge in quantum information processing is explored by investigating probabilistic remote state preparation in this paper. For a case study, a comparison has been made among three efficient schemes, which are used to perform the remote preparation of an arbitrary quantum state. The comparison results indicate that one can take(More)
Despite its old age, Lisp remains mysterious to many of its admirers. The mysteries on one hand fascinate the language, on the other hand also obscure it. Following Stoyan but paying attention to what he has neglected or omitted, in this first essay of a series intended to unravel these mysteries, we trace the development of Lisp back to its origin,(More)