Jian-Hui Ye

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Light-sensitive albino tea plant grows yellow shoots under strong sunlight conditions. The yellow albino shoots contain high level of amino acids and medium level of polyphenols, which is beneficial for sensory quality of green tea. The effects of sunlight intensity on the transcriptions of genes involved in biosynthesis of chlorophylls and carotenoids, as(More)
Tea leaf (Camellia sinensis) is rich in catechins, which endow tea with various health benefits. There are more than ten catechin compounds in tea, among which epigallocatechingallate (EGCG) is the most abundant. Epidemiological studies on the association between tea consumption and the risk of breast cancer were summarized, and the inhibitory effects of(More)
Tea (Camellia sinensis) is a beverage beneficial to health and is also a source for extracting bioactive components such as theanine, tea polyphenols (TPP) and tea polysaccharides (TPS). TPS is a group of heteropolysaccharides bound with proteins. There is evidence showing that TPS not only improves immunity but also has various bioactivities, such as(More)
—Fishery surveys that call for the use of single or multiple underwater cameras have been an emerging technology as a non-extractive mean to estimate the abundance of fish stocks. Tracking live fish in an open aquatic environment posts challenges that are different from general pedestrian or vehicle tracking in surveillance applications. In many rough(More)
Visibility restoration techniques are widely used for information recovery of hazy images in many computer vision applications. Estimation of haze density is an essential task of visibility restoration techniques. However, conventional visibility restoration techniques often suffer from either the generation of serious artifacts or the loss of object(More)
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