Xinjiang Education Institute

Urunchi, China

Xinjiang Education Institute

Urunchi, China
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Ma Y.-L.,Xinjiang University | Ma Y.-L.,Xinjiang Education Institute | Wang L.,Xinjiang University | Liu Y.-X.,Xinjiang University | Lan H.-Y.,Xinjiang University
Zhiwu Shengli Xuebao/Plant Physiology Journal | Year: 2015

Desert plants usually grow in extreme environments which include salt, drought, strong illumination, high or low temperature and other stress conditions, and it results in evolution of these plant species with different strategies to adapt to such harsh conditions. The accessory structures, e.g. salt gland or salt bladder, trichome, cuticle, epidermal waxy ornamentation, etc. are universal and crucial to stress tolerance of desert plants. Salt glands mainly include bicellular gland, multicellular gland and salt bladder, which are the special salt secretory structure of desert plant, and associate with ionic equilibrium and ionic channel regulation. Trichomes include gland and non-gland trichomes, which locate at the surface of epidermal cell, and have the protective effect to low and high temperature, drought, strong illumination and diseases and insect pests attack. Cuticle is a continuous hydrophobic layer consisted of wax and cutin which covers the outer surface of aerial part of plant, it may protect plant from non-stoma water losing. Thick cuticle is usually presented as a convergent adaptation manners in desert plants. Evidence reveals that ABA (abscisic acid) signal transduction pathway associates directly or indirectly with the development and regulation of the salt gland, trichome, cuticle and other accessory structures, and suggests the synergetic interaction among them in stress tolerance. This paper reviewed a large number of references on accessory structures of desert plants in aspects of morphological characteristics, physiological and biochemical functions, and gene regulations, and discussed the association among different accessory structures, which is expected to supply evidence for understanding of stress tolerance mechanism of desert plants. © 2015, Science Press. All right reserved.

Chen D.,Xinjiang University | Chen D.,Xinjiang Education Institute | Nurulla I.,Xinjiang University | Awut T.,Xinjiang University
Gongneng Cailiao/Journal of Functional Materials | Year: 2016

A new Hg(II) ion-imprinted polymer(Hg(II)-IIP) microspheres was synthesised for the separation and recovery of Hg(II) ion from water sample. Hg(II)-IIP was prepared by copolymerisation of 2-allylsulfanyl-5-(4-pyridinyl)-[1, 3, 4] thiadiazole (AST), phenylethylene(St) and Hg(II) ion.The structure and morphology of Hg(II)-IIP and NIP were characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy(FT-IR) and scanning electronmicroscopy(SEM). The adsorptive properties and the selectivity recognition ability of Hg(II)-IIP were investigated.The results indicated that the maximum adsorption capacity was 38.5 mg/g, the adsorption capacity reached equilibrium need 30 min at pH 5-8. Using 0.1 mol/L HCl and 0.5 mol/L thiourea as desorption solvent, the desorption rate was more than 97%. The relatively selective factor (αr) values of Hg(II)/Cd(II), Hg(II)/Co(II), Hg(II)/Ni(II), Hg(II)/Zn(II) and Hg(II)/Mn(II) are 6.56, 14.9, 14.5, 8.53 and 12.1, respectively. Hg(II)-IIP had excellent adsorption and selective recognition properties. © 2016, Chongqing Functional Materials Periodical Press Co. Ltd. All right reserved.

PubMed | East China Normal University, University of Jinan, Xinjiang Education Institute, Guizhou Provincial Party and Zhejiang Normal University
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Perceptual and motor skills | Year: 2016

Using the magnitude comparison task, the current study tested verbal-spatial and visuospatial coding accounts by comparing the spatial-numerical association of response codes effect in 30 Chinese-speaking and 60 bilingual Uighur Chinese participants. The experimental tasks were presented using Chinese words for 30 Chinese-speaking and 30 bilingual Uighur Chinese participants, while only Uighur words were presented to the remaining 30 bilingual Uighur Chinese participants. Overall, the results of the current study showed that verbal-spatial coding could be applied to the experimental task when presented using Chinese words, but visuospatial coding could be applied to the experimental task when presented using Uighur words. The findings demonstrated that spatial coding was flexible and depended upon the language context in which the experimental task was presented.

Shadike M.,Xinjiang Technical Inistitute of Physics and Chemistry | Xiao L.,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences | Wasili B.,Xinjiang Education Institute
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2012

In this paper, we analysis the characteristics of Uyghur languge, introduce components of speech recognition system, design a program to calculate trigram, bigram and unigram language models based on the corpus of the entire text of the novel Qum basqan sheher, then estimating acoustic models uses unigram and bigram language models calculated above, particularly with some probability theory for acoustic modeling. And discuss some potential problems of the probabilistic speech recognition approaches. © 2012 Springer-Verlag GmbH.

Wang D.,Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics | Wang D.,Xinjiang Education Institute | Sun B.,Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics
Shenyang Gongye Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Shenyang University of Technology | Year: 2016

In order to effectively capture the emotion of micro-message user and accurately grasp the interest tendency of user, the emotional fluctuation equation was established with the maximum information entropy estimation method, and the parameter scheme for both stimulation and internal forces was determined. Under the premise of measuring the emotional states of micro-message, the emotional evolution system of micro-message user was described, the emotional guidance model for timely incentive recommendation type was established, and both emotional prediction and accurate emotional information recommendation were achieved. The results show that the information entropy estimation can get involved in the accurate emotional symbols, and the applicability of micro-message guidance strategy can be improved. Therefore, the efficiencies in stabilizing the user emotion and guiding the network positive energy can be achieved. The information entropy estimation can play a positive role in establishing the popular credibility and stabilizing the clique emotion. © 2016, Editorial Department of Journal of Shenyang University of Technology. All right reserved.

Gao Z.F.,Urumqi Observatory | Gao Z.F.,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences | Wang N.,Urumqi Observatory | Yuan J.P.,Urumqi Observatory | And 2 more authors.
Astrophysics and Space Science | Year: 2011

In a superhigh magnetic field, direct Urca reactions can proceed for an arbitrary proton concentration. Since only the electrons with high energy E (E>Q, Q is the threshold energy of inverse β-decay) at large Landau levels can be captured, we introduce the Landau level effect coefficient q and the effective electron capture rate Γeff. By using Γeff, the values of LX and Lν are calculated, where LX and Lν are the average neutrino luminosity of AXPs and the average X-ray luminosity of AXPs LX, respectively. The complete process of electron capture inside a magnetar is simulated numerically. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

Yunusi T.,Xinjiang University | Yang C.,Xinjiang University | Cai W.,Xinjiang University | Cai W.,Xinjiang Education Institute | And 3 more authors.
Ceramics International | Year: 2013

MoO3 submicron belts and MoO2 submicron spheres have been synthesized by a polyethylene glycol-assisted hydrothermal method. XRD and SEM images of the products illustrate that MoO3 submicron belts are about tens of micrometers in length and several hundreds of nanometers in diameter. The products are gradually changed from belt-shaped MoO3 to spherical MoO2 with increasing polyethylene glycol as both protective and reducing agent. The products exhibit good responses to acetone and ethanol. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd and Techna Group S.r.l.

Tang X.-L.,Shihezi University | Lv X.,Key Laboratory of Oasis Ecological Agriculture | He Y.,Xinjiang Education Institute
Comptes Rendus - Geoscience | Year: 2013

The features of climate change and their effects on glacier snow melting in the past 50. years (1961-2010) in Xinjiang were studied. Regional climate data for 49 meteorological stations in the Tianshan Mountains and the northern and southern areas of Xinjiang were collected with the aid of techniques such as climatological statistical diagnosis, regional climate models, remote sensing, and geographic information system. The annual average temperature displayed a rising trend across the Tianshan mountainous area and both areas of Xinjiang. The trend was particularly apparent in winter and autumn with the rate of increase in the annual average minimum temperature being significantly higher than that of the maximum temperature. Rainfall also tended to increase in all three areas over the 50-year period, with the magnitude of change being highest in the mountainous area followed by northern Xinjiang and then southern Xinjiang. As a result of the rising temperatures, there was a negative material balance among the region's glaciers, of which the year 1982/1983 was the key year for the development of Tianshan mountain glacier snow. After this date, glacial ablation intensified with an annual change increase in average temperature of 1. °C, leading to a glacier material balance change of about 300. mm. To establish rainfall and temperature sequences for three regional climate change scenarios in the 2011-2050 period, we adopted the delta method using actual measurements during the 1961-2000 period against corrected data from rainfall and temperature simulations. All three scenarios indicated that temperatures will continue to increase, that the increase in rainfall may decrease in mountainous regions but will increase in the basin, and that the speed of glacial ablation in Xinjiang will continue to accelerate. © 2013 .

Shadike M.,Xinjiang Education Management Information Center | Wasili B.,Xinjiang Education Institute
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2014

In this paper, we thus turn to articulatory of Uyghur phonetics, the study of how phone are produced as the various organs in the mouth, throat, and nose modify the airflow from the lungs. And beside that we use a Bayesian approach based on multivariate Gaussian distribution to analyses of the acoustic articulatory of Uyghur phonemes. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Sun B.,Xinjiang University | Wang D.,Xinjiang Education Institute
Shenyang Gongye Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Shenyang University of Technology | Year: 2016

Aiming at the fact that the micro-message public opinion is facing such serious problems as multiple distorted mentality, damaged credibility and many technical blind angles, under the condition of big data, the virtual honey-pot defense model and correlation detection algorithm were designed with the MapReduce framework based on the distributed network, and the intervention of regulatory role was successfully achieved, which could actively guide the interest direction of users and predict new public opinion tendency. In addition, the effective measures for the construction of public opinion monitoring and application mechanism were proposed. The results show that the honey-pot active defense system has significant guidance function, high detection efficiency and strong pertinence. The active defense system can obtain good monitoring effect, strengthen the initiative prevention capacity for the micro-message public opinion, improve the credibility of public opinion management department and the regulation control capacity of public opinion, and provide important support for the micro-message regulation. © 2016, Editorial Department of Journal of Shenyang University of Technology. All right reserved.

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