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Four-winged dinosaurs from China
- Xing Xu, Zhonghe Zhou, Xiaolin Wang, Xuewen Kuang, Fucheng Zhang, Xiangke Du
- Biology, MedicineNature
- 23 January 2003
New evidence is provided suggesting that basal dromaeosaurid dinosaurs were four-winged animals and probably could glide, representing an intermediate stage towards the active, flapping-flight stage of proavians.
Using ion-pair reversed-phase HPLC ICP-MS to simultaneously determine Cr(III) and Cr(VI) in urine of chromate workers.
Analytical method based on ion-pair reversed-phase HPLC combined with ICP-MS to simultaneously determine Cr(III) and Cr(VI) in human urine has been developed for assessing the occupational exposure to chromate, showing a significant relationship between the urinary Cr( VI) and the individual airborne exposure levels.
Delayed hyperenhancement patterns in occlusive and reperfused myocardial infarcts during different healing stages
- Y. Wang, W. Sun, Guang Cao, Liang Meng, Laifeng Song, Xiangke Du
- MedicineJournal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
- 1 October 2006
To investigate delayed hyperenhancement during different healing stages of myocardial infarct with and without reperfusion in a pig model, a new pig model is constructed.
Origin of flight: Could ‘four-winged’ dinosaurs fly? (Reply)
- X. Xu, Zhonghe Zhou, Xiaolin Wang, Xuewen Kuang, Fucheng Zhang, Xiangke Du
- 1 November 2005
It is agreed that a strict biomechanical analysis is needed to reconstruct Microraptor's locomotory mode, but several of Padian and Dial's arguments are disagreed with.
Computed tomography ( CT ) of nasal cavity ofIkechosaurus sunailinae (Reptilia: Choristodera)
The results indicate that Ikechosaurus may have had a strong ability to thermoregulate, thus keeping a high level of activity, but it still did not maintain constant temperature, as the birds and mammals do.