Yilin Li

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Soil nitrogen (N) is available to rice crops as either nitrate or ammonium, but only nitrate can be accrued in cells and so factors that influence its storage and remobilization are important for N use efficiency (NUE). The hypothesis that the ability of rice crops to remobilize N storage pools is an indicator of NUE was tested. When two commonly grown(More)
This paper introduces a new BeiHang (BH) Keystroke Dynamics Database for testing and evaluation of biometric approaches. Different from the existing keystroke dynamics researches which solely rely on laboratory experiments, the developed database is collected from a real commercialized system and thus is more comprehensive and more faithful to human(More)
To evaluate the external and internal morphological differences of roots that might influence rice root radial oxygen loss (ROL) and the corresponding rhizosphere nitrification activity, growth characteristics and nitrogen nutrition of rice. The root ROL and rhizosphere oxygen profile were determined using a miniaturised Clark-type oxygen microelectrode(More)
A hydrogen polysulfide mediated aziridine ring-opening reaction was discovered. Based on this reaction, a novel H2S(n)-specific chemosensor (AP) was developed. AP showed high sensitivity and selectivity for H2S(n). Notably, the fluorescent turn-on product (1) exhibited excellent two-photon photophysical properties, a large Stokes shift, and high solid state(More)
Flooded paddy soil ecosystems in the tropics support the cultivation of the majority of the world's leading crop, rice, and nitrogen (N) availability in the paddy-soil rooting zone limits rice production more than any other nutritional factor. Yet, little is known about the dynamic response of paddy soil to N-fertiliser application, in terms of horizontal(More)
defining the dependence structure through a set of common factors reflecting the macroeconomic situation, this model reveals the intrinsic correlation between credit risk and market risk. We derive the integration process with factor copula and generate common factors by performing a principal component analysis on 4 different macroeconomic indicators that(More)
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