Qing-Ping Yang

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Water and nitrogen are two of the most important factors for plant growth and development. However, little is known about effects of N on water translocation between connected bamboo ramets. We performed experiment connected Indocalamus decorus ramets in adjacent pots with different soil water contents and three N levels. We determined antioxidase(More)
Novel therapeutic regimens for tissue renewal incorporate mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) as they differentiate into a variety of cell types and are a stem cell type that is easy to harvest and to expand in vitro. However, surface chemokine receptors, such as CXCR4, which are involved in the mobilization of MSCs, are expressed only on the surface of a small(More)
A novel anion sensor array based on supramolecular metallogels has been developed. It could accurately identify CN(-), SCN(-), S(2-) and I(-) in water. Interestingly, this sensor array is based on a novel design approach termed "competitive coordination control AIE mode" to develop anion-responsive gels which need only one synthesized gelator G1.
To understand the physiological adaptive mechanism of Phyllostachys violascens to intensive mulching management, the effect of mulching management (CK, 1, 3 and 6 years) on the concentrations and ratios of non-structural carbohydrates (NSC), nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) in bamboo foliage, and their stoichiometry was investigated. The results showed the(More)
We analyze the semantics of composition and QoS among services, and study the discovery and selection processes of composite services, and show a recommend principle of services. In the description of composite service, we present the composite semantics with sequence, selection and concurrent etc. Two services are similar on semantics only if they match(More)
The research was to approach the growth strategy of rhizome and roots based on the morphology, biomass and nutrient in Phyllostachys rivalis under long-term waterlogged conditions, and provided a theoretical basis for its application for vegetation restoration in wetland and water-level fluctuation belts. The morphological characteristics, physiological and(More)
This paper presents a technique for measuring surface roughness (Ra), using photometric stereo method. The method utilizes three or more images of the measured surface from the same view point, taken sequentially under different illumination conditions. The scenes captured by the camera were reconstructed by the least square method to obtain surface normal(More)
By using open-top chambers (OTCs) to simulate the scenes of elevated CO2 concentrations [500 micromol x mol(-1) (T1) and 700 micromol x mol(-1) (T2)], and taking ambient atmospheric CO2 concentration as the control (CK), this paper studied the effects of elevated CO2 concentration on the lipid peroxidation and anti-oxidation enzyme system in Indocalamus(More)
Taking pure Oligostachyum lubricum forest as test object, this paper studied the matured and withered leaves carbon (C), nitrogen (N), and phosphorus (P) stoichiometry and N and P resorption patterns of 1-3 years old stands at the densities of 24600-29800 stem hm-2 (D, ), 37500-42600 stem hm-2 (D2 ), 46500 - 52800 stem hm-2 (D3), and 76500 - 85500 stem hm-2(More)
An organogelator (G2) based on multi self-assembly driving forces, fluorescent signal groups and coordination binding sites was designed and synthesized. G2 could form a stable Cd(2+)-coordinated supramolecular metallogel (CdG) accompanied by strong brilliant blue aggregation-induced fluorescence emission (AIE). By the competitive coordination of Cd(2+)(More)