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Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) cv. Xintaimici (a chilling-resistant cultivar) and cv. Jinyan no. 4 (a chilling-sensitive cultivar) were subjected to two temperatures (15/15 and 25/18 degrees C) under low light (100 mumol m(-2) s(-1)) to understand the relationship between ultrastructural changes and the antioxidant abilities caused by low temperature (15/15(More)
Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) varieties cv. Jinchun no. 4 (a North China ecotype) and cv. Lvfeng no. 6 (a South China ecotype) were cultivated to explore the effects of osmotic stress on the ultrastructure of chloroplasts and mitochondria, as well as to assess the possible protective effect of exogenous hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). Under osmotic stress induced(More)
BACKGROUND For the shortage of high-quality general practitioners (GPs) in China's rural areas, Chinese government has taken steps to encourage rural specialists to participate in transition training for future GPs. Specialists' initial participation motivations and their perceived deterrents during training may play important roles for their learning(More)
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