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The ability of the following four organic amendments to ameliorate saline soil in coastal northern China was investigated from April 2010 to October 2012 in a field experiment: green waste compost (GWC), sedge peat (SP), furfural residue (FR), and a mixture of GWC, SP and FR (1∶1∶1 by volume) (GSF). Compared to a non-amended control (CK), the amendments,(More)
BACKGROUND CENP-E, one of spindle checkpoint proteins, plays a crucial role in the function of spindle checkpoint. Once CENP-E expression was interrupted, the chromosomes can not separate procedurally, and may result in aneuploidy which is a hallmark of most solid cancers, such as hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). We investigate the expression of CENP-E in(More)
Metamaterials are artificial media structured on a size scale smaller than wavelength of external stimuli, and they can exhibit a strong localization and enhancement of fields, which may provide novel tools to significantly enhance the sensitivity and resolution of sensors, and open new degrees of freedom in sensing design aspect. This paper mainly presents(More)
Green waste was separately inoculated on day 0 and day 14 with either Trametes versicolor or Phanerochaete chrysosporium to determine their effects on composting time and compost quality. Inoculation with T. versicolor and P. chrysosporium caused more rapid and higher increases in compost temperatures, increased the duration of the thermophilic temperature(More)
Decision-making on bidding alliance partner is a complex multi-objective problem, and the result will directly affect the winning of BOT projects bidding. First the problem of bidding alliance partner decision-making is analyzed and operation process of bidding alliance is mainly described. Then multi-objective model of bidding alliance partner(More)
A laboratory microcosm experiment was conducted to determine whether the earthworm Eisenia fetida could survive in a saline soil from a field site in North China, and an experiment using response surface methodology was conducted at that field site to quantify the effects of E. fetida and green waste compost (GWC) on the salt content of the soil. The(More)
The effects of adding the biosurfactant rhamnolipid, the lignolytic and cellulolytic fungus Phanerochete chrysosporium, and the free-living nitrogen-fixing bacterium Azotobacter chrococcum on vermicomposting of green waste with Eisenia fetida was investigated. The addition of rhamnolipid and/or either microorganism alone or in all combinations significantly(More)
Forest and soil types are the main factors that influence the distribution pattern of soil organic carbon (SOC) in forests across east China. In general, SOC density was largest in north-eastern China, followed by south-eastern China, and lowest in middle-eastern China, due to regional climate and the dominant forest type (young plantations in(More)
Bidding alliance partner selection is a key problem for bidding alliance formation, and it has the characteristics of multi-objective decision-making. In order to overcome the traditional partner evaluation’s weakness, such as single goal oriented or a single process oriented, 0-1 integer programming model for selecting multi-partner in(More)