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Wu G.,Henan University | Wu G.,Henan Key Laboratory Fruit and Cucurbit Biol | Liu Q.,Shanxi University | Liu X.,Henan University | And 5 more authors.
Fruits | Year: 2012

Black persimmon in the literature. The persimmon (Diospyros kaki L.) is a deciduous fruit tree originating in China. One type consisting of a group of similar cultivars is the black persimmon, which is a precious germplasm resource of China. Black persimmon is mainly distributed in the south of the Taihang Mountains in northern China. Black persimmon is astringent, though this astringency can now be removed easily via normal maturity of the fruit. The skin of the fruit is black and the flesh has abundant nutritional value, with vitamin C and carotene. Information given by a black persimmon orchard. A trial on black persimmon was carried out from 2003 to 2009 in Zhengzhou, Henan province, China. Plant growth, yields and phenological characteristics were studied. The fruit has a thick skin which assists in storage and transportation; it has excellent flavor and quality, making the fruit highly valued by producers, marketers and consumers. Key cultivation techniques. Practices to achieve high quality are reviewed such as the proper plant environment, tree planting and pruning, the soil management, the wintering and protection of young trees, and pest control. © 2012 Cirad/EDP Sciences.

Cui F.,Shandong Agricultural University | Zhao C.-H.,Shandong Agricultural University | Bao Y.-G.,Shandong Agricultural University | Zong H.,Shandong Agricultural University | And 7 more authors.
Acta Agronomica Sinica | Year: 2010

Aimengniu (hereafter AMN), cultivated by Shandong Agricultural University, is a renowned Chinese winter wheat germplasm. The purpose of this study was to dissect the genetic difference among the 7 AMN-derived types in homoeologous group 1. The translocation between chromosomes 1B and 1R was identified in the 7 AMN-derived types (AMNI to AMNVII) using molecular markers and genomic in situ hybridization (GISH). Amplified with the specific primers for 1R and 1B, the AMNI and AMNIII plants showed the presence of normal 1B chromatin, and the remaining types had both 1RS and 1BL but not 1BS and 1RL chromatin. The GISH result confirmed the replacement of 1BS by 1RS in AMNII, AMNIV, AMNV, AMNVI, and AMNVII plants; and the typical common wheat karyotype was observed in AMNI and AMNIII plants. In addition, genetic differences among the 7 AMN-derived types in homoeologous group 1 were detected using 138 polymorphic markers. Three markers, Xwmc336 and Xmag1884 on chromosome 1A and Xgwm124 on chromosome 1B, amplified specific segments of AMNV. Loci of Xwmc336 and Xmag1884 originated from the parent Neuzucht and that of Xgwm124 from the parent Aifeng 3. © 2010 Crop Science Society of China and Institute of Crop Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

Wang D.,Zaozhuang College | Li X.,Shanxi University
Energy Education Science and Technology Part A: Energy Science and Research | Year: 2012

According to the characteristics of soil erosion, with the support of geographical information system (GIS), the author use the method of soil erosion factor weight evaluation to achieve a assessment study of the potential risk of soil erosion. First of all, the author defined the impact factor on soil erosion and set up the index model; Second, the extraction methods of impact factor was discussed in the paper; according to soil erosion assessment standard promulgated by MWR (Ministry of Water Resources), the soil erosion risk was divided into 5 levels; finally, in order to show the size of the soil erosion risk of the area, the author put forward the soil erosion risk index. To Zaozhuang, for example, by comprehensive considering the four elements--terrain slope, the vegetation coverage, the underlying surface attribute and the soil type, the author studied the risk assessment of the soil erosion and spatial distribution characteristics in this region. The analysis and evaluation results can be meaning for the prevention and control of soil erosion, environmental protection,ecological maintaining and the rational development and utilization of land resources in Zaozhuang to provide a scientific basis in the future. © Sila Science. All Rights Reserved.

Wang W.J.,Zaozhuang College
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2014

Tourism e-commerce, a main trend of Chinese tourism development, provides tourists with more personalized and humanized service. Female groups are an essential part of tourism e-commerce markets. Besides, females have their unique characteristics in tourism e-commerce consumption. This paper studies consumption characteristics of females of different ages in tourism e-commerce by subdividing female tourism e-commerce market. In addition, it proposes several measures to innovate in female tourism e-commerce products, provide a security system for tourism e-commerce and perfect female tourism e-commerce customer relationship management, as well as do well in female tourism e-commerce product marketing. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Yang H.,Shandong University of Science and Technology | Dong H.,Shandong University of Science and Technology | Yin B.,CAS Qingdao Institute of Oceanology | Yin B.,Chinese Academy of Sciences | Liu Z.,Zaozhuang College
Advances in Mathematical Physics | Year: 2012

Based on a well-known Lie algebra, the multicomponent Guo hierarchy with self-consistent sources is proposed. With the help of a set of non-semisimple Lie algebra, the nonlinear bi-integrable couplings of the multicomponent Guo hierarchy with self-consistent sources are obtained. It enriches the content of the integrable couplings of hierarchies with self-consistent sources. Finally, the Hamiltonian structures are worked out by employing the variational identity. © 2012 Hongwei Yang et al.

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