Jian-Hong Liu

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Truffles, which belong to ascomycetes, are rare wild growing edible mushrooms; their fruit body contains high nutritive value composition, and their polysaccharide constituents have potential medical applications. In the present paper, Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy was used for obtaining vibrational spectra of mushrooms of truffles growing(More)
In this paper, a method of rapid and undamaged identification of wild and cultivated Gastrodia elata Blume, and one of its fakes by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is reported. The results show that Gastrodia elata Blume and its fake have different characteristic infrared spectra, by which Gastrodia elata Blume can be identified from its(More)
Raman spectroscopy has been applied to the investigation of human thyroid, lung, oviduct, ovarian, cervical, and uterine tissues. Thyroid and uterine tissues exhibit more Raman bands than the other tissues in the range from 500 to 3 500 cm(-1) with 514.5 nm excitation, while lung and cervical tissue do not show any bands. In the range of 600-1 800 cm(-1),(More)
The study of male insects’ accessory gland (MAG) secretions will promote our understanding of reproductive strategies and their evolution, and will facilitate the development of new approaches for pest control. Here, we carried out a series of experiments to determine the functions of MAG secretions on modulating female post-mating behavior in the moth(More)
As clouding computing emerges and brings new paradigms in the development and deployment of software, an inevitable issue would be the deployment and the execution of existing application software, not necessarily legacy ones, in an environment of cloud computing. The issue becomes even more challenging in satisfying users of embedded system products due to(More)
Clouding computing brings new paradigms in the development and deployment of software. An inevitable issue would be the deployment and the execution of existing application software, not necessarily legacy ones, in an environment of cloud computing. This is even more challenging in satisfying users of embedded system products due to the characteristics of(More)
EVM (evaluation module), also known as EVB, has become an important tool in developing embedded systems because it can shorten the development cycle. It is also very useful in course modules which cover embedded system programming. However, an EVM with the configuration suitable for the diversity in embedded system programming is quite expensive such that(More)