Semi-quantitative grading system(HSCORE)were used to test the expression level of IGF-II,ER and PR in different phase of proliferative phase and to explore the interrelation of IGF-II,E2,P,ER and PR.

Blood acid-alkali indexes data showed that blood PH and Na+K-Cl content was increasing while dEB added from -154meq/kg to 246meq/kg,the interrelation between Na+K-Cl content and dietary dEB was: Y=41.127138+0.011735X-0.00001494X2（P=0.0615，R2=0.1866）.

4 The effect of experiment indicated :There were significant interrelation between blood TNF-aand NO ,between the TNF-aand Scr (r=0.757,r=0.658;P <0.01).

The second method employs interrelation between Pμ and the associated oscillatory potentials.

Study on the interrelation of efficient portfolios and their frontier under t distribution and various risk measures

Equation for the loss function, its parameters for different integrands in the quality criterion, and its interrelation with the Fokker-Planck-Kolmogorov equation for the auxiliary noncontrollable Markov processes are determined.

The interrelation between the mathematical expressions for relative errors is studied.

Consideration is given to the interrelation between different problems of

(1)The uptake of sulfanilate by wheat leaves has been investigated.It confirms thefact that the process follows Fick's law of diffusion.(2)For the translocation of sulfanilate in wheat leaves,the types of diffusion curvesof“base to tip”were found to be different from those of“tip to base”.(3)The measurements of Q_(10) and Q_5 indicates that within the physiological range ofwheat,the temperature effect on absorption can be calculated exactly by Einstein's equation.An empirical formula which enables one to obtain...

(1)The uptake of sulfanilate by wheat leaves has been investigated.It confirms thefact that the process follows Fick's law of diffusion.(2)For the translocation of sulfanilate in wheat leaves,the types of diffusion curvesof“base to tip”were found to be different from those of“tip to base”.(3)The measurements of Q_(10) and Q_5 indicates that within the physiological range ofwheat,the temperature effect on absorption can be calculated exactly by Einstein's equation.An empirical formula which enables one to obtain the same result simply by semilogarithmplot has been suggested.(4)It appears that the effect of pH on absorption is attributed entirely to the dissocia-tion state of sulfanilate.Linear equations have been suggested to describe the interrelation-ship.(5)The effect of humidity on absorption has been discussed.(6)Experiments were designed to determine the minimum inhibiting concentration forrust in leaves,and it was found to be 234—321 micrograms per gram of fresh leaf for Pucciniatriticina four days after inculation.(7)The competitive nature of inhibition of sulfanilic acid was well demonstrated by rever-sing its effect with para-aminobenzoic acid.The affinity of sulfanilic acid to the supposedenzyme in parasite cells was discussed with kinetical approaches.(8)It was found that the toxicity of sulfanilic acid to the host could be relieved by somemineral salts.Discussion was made to explain the possible mechanisms involved.(9)For the distribution of S~(35)-labeled sulfanilic acid in infected leaves,radioautographswere made.The high radioactivity of the infected areas is ascribed mainly to the high affinityof sulfanilic acid to the supposed enzyme in parasite cells.

For crystals composed entirely of light atoms with atomic numbers close to each other, the Sayre equation gives the sign relation of the structure amplitudes. It has been successfully applied to the determination of crystal structures of organic compounds. Nevertheless, for crystals containing "heavy atoms", the Sayre equation is no longer valid; instead, the so-called "heavy atom method" is generally used. In the present work the interrelation between the respective signs of structure amplitudes, the...

For crystals composed entirely of light atoms with atomic numbers close to each other, the Sayre equation gives the sign relation of the structure amplitudes. It has been successfully applied to the determination of crystal structures of organic compounds. Nevertheless, for crystals containing "heavy atoms", the Sayre equation is no longer valid; instead, the so-called "heavy atom method" is generally used. In the present work the interrelation between the respective signs of structure amplitudes, the Sayre equations, and heavy atoms has been considered, and the possibility of combining the heavy atom method and that of Sayre is pointed out. This leads to the suggestion of a sign-refinement procedure, with which the initial signs of heavy atoms can be refined to the correct signs of the structure amplitudes. This procedure has been verified with a hypothetical one-dimensional structure and proved to be efficient. Some problems concerning its application to the actual crystal-structure analysis are also discussed.

Rational mining intensity in coal seams is an important basis for planning and distribu-tion of mine output. In this article, in consideration of the fundamental technological fea-tures of hydrautic mining production and on the basis of field experiences, a preliminary study has been made in connection with the planning and research method for mining inten-sity in hydraulic mining of coal seams, for a given water-supply installation (water flow)Problems dealt with herein include. (1) The basic expression and...

Rational mining intensity in coal seams is an important basis for planning and distribu-tion of mine output. In this article, in consideration of the fundamental technological fea-tures of hydrautic mining production and on the basis of field experiences, a preliminary study has been made in connection with the planning and research method for mining inten-sity in hydraulic mining of coal seams, for a given water-supply installation (water flow)Problems dealt with herein include. (1) The basic expression and composition of principal parameters for mining intensity in hydraulic coal mining; (2) The interrelation of principal component parameters such as the productive capacity of monitors, number of monitors in simultaneous operation, etc; (3) important factors that influence planning and selection of parameters and some economico-technical problems that should be considered.It has been found that, on the condition that relative stability of roof above coal seam is maintained during hydraulicking, acquirement of low water-coal ratio and high productive efficiency is the principal gauging standard for rational mining intensity as well as for the selection and planning relevant parameters. The thickness of coal seam is the main objective condition to be considered. Correctly using the above objective factors with thickness of coal seam as a basis, in dealing with noz-zle diameters, number of monitors operating simultaneously and interrelation between rele-vant parameters, a better planning method may be woked out and a set of practicable nume-rical values on the ground of concrete conditions may be obtaind All these will become an important task for future research work in regard to determining the rational mining inten-sity in the hydraulic mining of coal seams.