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A Content Analysis of the Cultural Content in the EFL Textbooks
  • J. Wu
  • Sociology
  • 3 November 2010
Intercultural communicative competence has been widely accepted as the aim of EFL teaching. In order to obtain this competence, Culture teaching must be implemented in the college English teaching.Expand
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Nitrous oxide emissions from surface flow and subsurface flow constructed wetland microcosms: Effect of feeding strategies
Abstract The effects of continuous and intermittent feeding strategies on nitrogen removal and N 2 O emission from surface flow and subsurface flow constructed wetlands were evaluated in this study.Expand
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The influence of water conveyances on restoration of vegetation to the lower reaches of Tarim River
Because of long-term stream-flow cut off in the lower reaches of Tarim River, environmental degradation has become the most severe and widespread environmental problem in Tarim River basin. NineExpand
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Performance evaluation, microbial enzymatic activity and microbial community of a sequencing batch reactor under long-term exposure to cerium dioxide nanoparticles.
The performance, microbial enzymatic activity and microbial community of a sequencing batch reactor (SBR) were investigated under long-term exposure to cerium dioxide nanoparticles (CeO2 NPs). TheExpand
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Nutrient removal, biomass accumulation and nitrogen-transformation functional gene response to different nitrogen forms in enhanced floating treatment wetlands
Abstract Enhanced floating treatment wetlands (EFTWs) were established to treat water with different concentrations of ammonia and nitrate, the ratios of which were set at 0:3, 1:2, 2:1 and 3:0,Expand
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A field study on seed bank and its potential applications in vegetation restoration of a polluted urban river in China
Abstract As an important component of restorations of polluted and/or degraded rivers, vegetation recovery has become a research highlight in the last two decades. Seed bank have been used as theExpand
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Standing out from the Crowd via Corporate Goodness: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
We study firms’ incentives to engage in corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities by using the natural experiment of Regulation SHO, which relaxes short sale constraints and increases shortExpand
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Chinese Companies in Switzerland
In recent years, some of China’s leading firms have made headlines with their European expansion, by either opening new facilities or by acquiring or merging with significant enterprises in Europe.Expand
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Sex ratio bias in early-dead embryos of chickens collected during the first week of incubation.
According to Mendelian heredity laws, the sex ratio of a given chicken population during hatching is expected to be 1:1. In this study, we collected 432 chicken embryos that died during the firstExpand
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The effect of ecological management in the upper reaches of Heihe River
  • J. Wu
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 February 2011
Abstract Heihe River is the second largest inland river in northwest China which flows through Qinghai Province, Gansu Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Because of the rapid developmentExpand
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