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Some results on a question of Li, Yi and Li

Abhijit Banerjee, Sujoy Majumder, Department of Mathematics, University of Kalyani, West Bengal 741235, India, e-mail: abanerjee, abanerjee", "Department of Mathematics, Raiganj University, Raiganj, West Bengal-733134, India, e-mail:,,"
2019 Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Matematica  
The results of this paper improve and generalize some recent results due to Li, Yi and Li [11] .  ...  In 2014, Li, Yi and Li [11] improved Theorems C, D and E to meromorphic functions and obtained a number of results as follows. Theorem F.  ... 
doi:10.24193/subbmath.2019.3.08 fatcat:xthi2lxx2bc7vcczmdlwf52ivi

The Identity Dimension of the Yi-An Style: The Value System of Li Qingzhao

Anna Dashchenko
2013 Respectus Philologicus  
This article is devoted to revealing the identity dimension of the Yi-an style, i.e., the aggregate of the value system of Song poetess Li Qingzhao (1084–1155) becoming apparent in the idea and image content  ...  In particular, the yellow-golden spectrum of Li Qingzhao's ci reveals the absolute priority of immaterial or intellectual wealth.  ...  KEY WORDS: Li Qingzhao, ci, identity dimension, Yi-an style, chromatic scale, range of colors, "achromic" ci.  ... 
doi:10.15388/respectus.2013.24.29.6 fatcat:mjr7dqmvovhklidyu4jowy4rei


2020 Studiul Artelor şi Culturologie: Istorie, Teorie, Practică  
Among them is Li Bao Yi, a well-known Japanese painter, who creates her conceptual works focused on the theme of the interaction between nature, technology and the modern aspect of urbanization.  ...  Among them is Li Bao Yi, a well-known Japanese painter, who creates her conceptual works focused on the theme of the interaction between nature, technology and the modern aspect of urbanization.  ... 
doaj:af87c648aced4c26ab12389558f51c25 fatcat:tzg3kvgau5a6la7bjys5gnvfwa

Book Reviews : Woodrow Wilson's China Policy, 1913-1917. By TIEN-YI LI. (New York: University of Kansas City Press -- Twayne Publishers. 1952. Pp. 268. $4.50.)

T. Tsou
1953 Political research quarterly  
By Tren-vi Li. (New York: University of Kansas City Press — Twayne Publishers. 1952. Pp. 268. $4.50.)  ...  Li: . the five-power group soon brought the protracted and tortuous loan negotiations to a successful conclusion in spite of American non-co-operation, and the Chinese govern- ment, compelled by bare necessity  ... 
doi:10.1177/106591295300600425 fatcat:mgannplthjba7aeoipfkodqgxq

Single-Pixel Imaging with Neutrons [article]

Yu-Hang He, Yi-Yi Huang, Zhi-Rong Zeng, Yi-Fei Li, Jun-Hao Tan, Li-Ming Chen, Ling-An Wu, Ming-Fei Li, Bao-Gang Quan, Song-Lin Wang and Tian-Jiao Liang
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Neutron imaging is an invaluable noninvasive technique for exploring new science and assisting industrial manufacture. However, state-of-the-art neutron facilities are extremely expensive and inconvenient to access, while the flux of portable neutron sources is not strong enough to form even a static image within an acceptable time frame. It is hard to obtain images with both high spatial resolution and energy resolution together. Here, based on classical amplitude modulation, we demonstrate
more » ... gle-pixel imaging with neutrons with specially designed masks and, further, obtain energy-selective images with a spallation neutron source. Images of real complex objects with 100 μm spatial resolution and 10 μs time resolution (corresponding to 0.4 Å) have been obtained using a 3He single-pixel detector. Even when the neutron counts in the detector plane were lowered to 1000 per modulation pattern on average, a clear image was still obtained. The experimental setup is simple, inexpensive and easy to operate, thus our scheme points to a new path for neutron imaging, especially for portable radioactive neutron sources of low intensity, which should be of great benefit for diagnostic analysis in biology, materials science, and industrial processes.
arXiv:2001.03069v1 fatcat:djwyumgrsvbzxfrmn4qmz6lthu

Heterotrophic Bacteria Play an Important Role in Endemism of Cephalostachyum pingbianense (Hsueh & Y.M. Yang ex Yi et al.) D.Z. Li & H.Q. Yang, 2007, a Full-Year Shooting Woody Bamboo

Tize Xia, Lushuang Li, Bin Li, Peitong Dou, Hanqi Yang
2022 Forests  
Yang ex Yi et al.) D.Z. Li & H.Q. Yang, 2007 is known as the only bamboo species producing shoots all year round in natural conditions.  ...  Yang ex Yi et al.) D.Z. Li & H.Q.  ...  Yang ex Yi et al.) D.Z. Li & H.Q. Yang, 2007 forest; C, the range center of C. pingbianense forest; D, the upper range limit of C. pingbianense forest; E, Lithocarpus glaber (Thunb.)  ... 
doi:10.3390/f13010121 fatcat:tho7m7pvhze65fzco5yj5gzwre

[Hydroxy(4-pyridyl)methyl]phosphonic acid monohydrate

Xiao-Yi Yi, Yi-Zhi Li, Li-Min Zheng
2002 Acta Crystallographica Section E  
E58, o820-o821 []Xiao-Yi Yi, Yi-Zhi Li and Li-Min Zheng supporting information sup-1 Acta Cryst. (2002).  ... 
doi:10.1107/s160053680201173x fatcat:tkxhxuiudrbozbawaksgleiiwq

Diagnosis and treatment of congenital submandibular duct dilatation

Li-Qi Li, Wan-Shan Li, Yu-Xiang Zhong, Yi-Jun Li, Li Xiang, Li Liang, Li-Shu Liao
2019 Hua xi kou qiang yi xue za zhi = Huaxi kouqiang yixue zazhi = West China journal of stomatology  
Diagnosis and treatment of congenital submandibular duct dilatationLi Liqi, Li Wanshan, Zhong Yuxiang, Li Yijun, Xiang Li, Liang Li, Liao Lishu.  ... 
doi:10.7518/hxkq.2019.05.010 pmid:31721498 pmcid:PMC7030414 fatcat:aqlimfuv3ragto3dc7hvz5jacy

Single-pixel imaging with neutrons

Yu-Hang He, Yi-Yi Huang, Zhi-Rong Zeng, Yi-Fei Li, Jun-Hao Tan, Li-Ming Chen, Ling-An Wu, Ming-Fei Li, Bao-Gang Quan, Song-Lin Wang, Tian-Jiao Liang
2020 Science Bulletin  
Yi-Yi Huang received her B.S. degree at the University of Science and Technology of China in 2015, and her M.S. degree in Atomic and Molecular Physics from Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, CAS  ...  Li-Ming Chen is a professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, before which he was a professor at the Institute of Physics, CAS.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scib.2020.09.030 fatcat:nvvzghmf4zg37fgvdirqfvnnru

A semisynthetic Atg3 reveals that acetylation promotes Atg3 membrane binding and Atg8 lipidation

Yi-Tong Li, Cong Yi, Chen-Chen Chen, Huan Lan, Man Pan, Shao-Jin Zhang, Yi-Chao Huang, Chao-Jian Guan, Yi-Ming Li, Li Yu, Lei Liu
2017 Nature Communications  
Acetylation of Atg3 regulates the lipidation of the protein Atg8 in autophagy. The molecular mechanism behind this important biochemical event remains to be elucidated. We describe the first semi-synthesis of homogeneous K19/K48-diacetylated Atg3 through sequential hydrazide-based native chemical ligation. In vitro reconstitution experiments with the semi-synthetic proteins confirm that Atg3 acetylation can promote the lipidation of Atg8. We find that acetylation of Atg3 enhances its binding to
more » ... phosphatidylethanolamine-containing liposomes and to endoplasmic reticulum, through which it promotes the lipidation process.
doi:10.1038/ncomms14846 pmid:28327644 pmcid:PMC5473643 fatcat:2wttpg2e2nbjhawy4cqeiga6am

Emergent vulnerability to intensive coastal anthropogenic disturbances in mangrove forests [article]

Yangfan Li, Zhen Zhang, Yi Yang, Yi Li
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
Mangrove forests, as one of the most productive coastal ecosystems in tropical and subtropical areas, provide multiple valuable ecosystem services for human well-being. Mangrove coverage has been declining dramatically across much of developing regions due to extensive coastal anthropogenic disturbances such as reclamation, aquaculture, and seawall construction. As coastal human activities increase, there is urgent need to understand not only the direct loss, but also the vulnerability of
more » ... ves to anthropogenic disturbances. In this study, we evaluated spatial pattern of mangrove vulnerability based on the conceptual framework of "Exposure-Sensitivity-Resilience" using geospatial datasets in mainland China. We find that within all 25,829 ha mangroves in five coastal provinces of mainland China in 2015, nearly 76% of mangroves was exposed or threatened by anthropogenic disturbances. Coastal reclamation and aquaculture were the key threats causing mangrove vulnerability. The overall distribution of high, medium and low vulnerability was following similar trend of aquaculture distribution, which suggests aquaculture was the greatest anthropogenic disturbance agent to mangroves. Hotspot regions for mangrove vulnerability are located at the developing provinces such as Guangxi and Hainan. This study provides the first spatially explicit evidence of the vulnerability of mangrove forests to intensive coastal anthropogenic disturbances at national scale, cloud serve as a benchmark for navigating coastal ecological redline management and coastal ecosystem restoration.
doi:10.1101/2021.04.17.440255 fatcat:3l64euao7ncvxn5kydjq6rfd5e

Porous NiTi alloy prepared from elemental powder sintering

Bing-Yun Li, Li-Jian Rong, Yi-Yi Li
1998 Journal of Materials Research  
An elemental powder sintering (EPS) technique has been developed for the synthesis of porous NiTi alloy, in which Ni and Ti powders are used as the reactants and TiH 2 powder is added as a pore-forming agent and active agent. Effects of various experimental parameters (sintering temperature, sintering time, and TiH 2 content) on the porosity, pore size and pore distribution as well as phase composition in experimental alloys are investigated. It is found that in order to avoid the formation of
more » ... arcinogenic pure Ni phase, the porous NiTi alloy should be synthesized over a temperature of 1223 K. This gives NiTi as the main phase without any elemental phase. Substitution of Ti by TiH 2 is more economic and more favorable to obtain homogeneous porous NiTi alloy. A proper selection of initial powders, ball-milling, pressing and sintering process makes it possible to achieve the porous NiTi alloy with desired properties.
doi:10.1557/jmr.1998.0389 fatcat:etphtgknlrhfxemrtifv2vxkeq

Synthesis and Photophysical Study of Dendrimers Modified with ESIPT Chromophore

Peng Li, Yi Zeng, Jinping Chen, Yingying Li, Yi Li
2012 Huaxue xuebao  
A series of excited-state intramolecular proton transfer (ESIPT) poly(amido amine) (PAMAM) dendrimers with 4-(benzo[d]thiazol-2-yl)-3-hydroxyphenyl modified at the periphery were synthesized (G0-G4). Functionalization of PAMAM dendrimers was performed through the condensation reaction of dendrimer peripheral amine units and carboxylic groups in DMSO catalyzed by 1-ethyl-3-(3-dimethyllaminopropyl) carbodiimide hydrochloride (EDC). The structures of synthetic compounds G0-G4 were characterized by
more » ... IR, 1 H NMR, 13 C NMR, and MS. The average functionalization extents of the peripheral amine groups were 99%, 88%, 80%, 83%, and 78% for G0-G4, respectively. The solubility of functionalized dendrimers is dramatically affected by peripheral groups and the dendritic backbone. Model compound dissolves in THF homogeneously, exhibiting enol emission only due to the freely intramolecular rotation and consequently few ESIPT process occurrence. On the contrary, dendrimers form aggregates in THF and present keto emission of ESIPT chromophores, which increases with the dendrimer generation increasing from 0 to 2 and decreases in generation 3 and 4, indicating that the emission of ESIPT chromophores is affected by the PAMAM backbone and peripheral units. From G0 to G2, the increasing congestion of aggregates restrains the intramolecular rotation of ESIPT chromophores, which facilitates the ESIPT process and results in more keto emission. However, a considerable enol emission presents in G3 and G4 because larger dendritic backbone provides more free space and higher polarity microenvironment. The protonated dendrimers, G1-H-G4-H, are soluble in water and form aggregates with a diameter of ca. 20 nm demonstrated by dynamic light scattering experiments. TEM image of aggregates was also obtained revealing vesicle like assemblies. The absorption of ESIPT groups is not affected by protonation of dendritic backbones giving typical absorption of the ESIPT chromophore. The ESIPT chromophore exhibits keto emission exclusively due to the restricted conformation by confined aggregation microenvironments in water, and the emission intensity is slightly affected by dendritic backbones. The lower emission intensity of G4-H can be attributed to the loose microenvironment in the G4-H assembly caused by the larger and flexible dendrimer backbone.
doi:10.6023/a12030018 fatcat:mmfhkekwyvgmjnvdipvwpiozza

Supplementary Material - Appendix A-H

Ching-Yi Liao, Jennifer B. Ganz, Kimberly J. Vannest, Yi-Fan Li, Yan Li, Sarah K. Ura
2020 Figshare  
Appendix A to H
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.11891661.v1 fatcat:5nmujqtw2jca3b4tu3rrbcx2yy
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