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Two recombinant inbred (RI) populations having 194 and 222 lines each, derived, respectively, from a highly heterotic inter- (IJ) and intrasubspecific (II) hybrid, were backcrossed to their respective parents. The RI and two backcross populations along with F1 and its two parents of each hybrid were evaluated for nine important traits, including grain yield(More)
To understand the gene activities controlling nine important agronomic quantitative traits in rice, we applied a North Carolina design 3 (NC III design) analysis to recombinant inbred lines (RILs) in highly heterotic inter- (IJ) and intra-subspecific (II) hybrids by performing the following tasks: (1) investigating the relative contribution of additive,(More)
Fine-grained image classification, which aims to distinguish images with subtle distinctions, is a challenging task due to two main issues: lack of sufficient training data for every class and difficulty in learning discriminative features for representation. In this paper, to address the two issues, we propose a two-phase framework for recognizing images(More)
The sterility segregation and its genetic patterns of indica P(T)GMS rice were analyzed mainly based on the investigation of bagged seed-set of individuals in reciprocal F2 population from the crosses between P(T)GMS lines of different origin and typical indica conventional varieties of different ecotype under long day-length and high temperature condition(More)
Discovery of Weyl semimetals has revived interest in Weyl fermions which has not been observed in high energy experiments. It now becomes possible to study, in solids, their exotic properties. Extensive photoemission spectroscopy and electrical resistivity experiments have been carried out. However, many other properties remain unexplored. Here we show the(More)
The hydrophilic features of natural fibers (NFs) hinder the widespread application of natural fiber/polymer composites due to the hydroxyl groups (-OH) presented in the cellulose molecule. Detecting reactive hydroxyl groups in NFs is very important for optimizing the modification process of natural fibers. This paper proposes a simple and practical(More)
North Carolina design III (NCIII) is one of the most powerful and widely used mating designs for understanding the genetic basis of heterosis. However, the quantitative trait mapping (QTL) conducted in previous studies with this design was mainly based on analysis of variance (ANOVA), composite interval or multiple interval mapping methods. These(More)
Liver regeneration happens after various types of injuries. Unlike the well-studied liver regeneration caused by partial hepatectomy, there is accumulating evidence suggesting that liver regeneration during other injuries may result from some unknown mechanism. In this study, we found that insulin-like growth factor 2 (IGF-2) was drastically induced(More)
Based on the analytical solution to the time-dependent Schrödinger equations, we evaluate the holonomic quantum computation beyond the adiabatic limit. Besides providing rigorous confirmation of the geometrical prediction of holonomies, the present dynamical resolution offers also a practical means to study the nonadiabaticity induced effects for the(More)
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