The positive conversion rate of anti-HBs among the girls was 76.05% ( 940 /1236), which was higher than that of the boys 69.21% (562/812), and highly significant difference existed (P< 0.01 ).

Statistically,the pulmonary tuberculosis group was highly significantly different from both the groups of lung cancer and sarcoidosis (χ 2=38.82, P <0 001 and χ 2=38.00, P <0.001 respectively).

the control group also had highly significant difference in osteotylus BMD、ALP、GH(P<0.01),and significant differencein osteotylus X-ray scores(P<0.05).

The effectiveness of accounting correctly for the geometry of the sphere in the wavelet analysis of full-sky CMB data is demonstrated by the highly significant detections of physical processes and effects that are made in these reviewed works.

Highly predictive 3D-QSAR models are obtained that can be used for anti-MDR activity prediction.

Novel 2(3H)-Benzothiazolones as Highly Potent and Selective Sigma-1 Receptor Ligands

Hence, we developed QSAR models based on a large set of theoretical molecular descriptors using ridge regression methodology, which overcomes this limitation and also because the independent variables are highly intercorrelated.

Finally, we applied the model for prediction of a promising new BABQ compound expected to be highly active, and it is seen that our model is in good agreement with the hypothesis in terms of in vitro and in vivo activities.

1. The conformity of the pattern of Cicindela anchoralis to what has been considered typical of the genus becomes in- telligible if the middle band, which is undoubtedly the most variable of the markings of this species, is assumed to have shifted forward and to have developed extensions both cephaled and caudad along the lateral margin and on the disc of the eIytron.2. The variation of the pattern is of the continuous type and proceeds in one principal direction. As expected, some in- dividuals depart from...

1. The conformity of the pattern of Cicindela anchoralis to what has been considered typical of the genus becomes in- telligible if the middle band, which is undoubtedly the most variable of the markings of this species, is assumed to have shifted forward and to have developed extensions both cephaled and caudad along the lateral margin and on the disc of the eIytron.2. The variation of the pattern is of the continuous type and proceeds in one principal direction. As expected, some in- dividuals depart from this main series, in one way or another and ten such sub-types have been recognized in this study. The range of variation is very considerable.3. The male sex is found to have a greater tendency to lose its pigmentation, and this fact is interpreted as indicating its having a more variable middle band.4. Mating between the different types is entirely at random, the frequency of any given combination is apparently a function of the abundance of the individuals in a given class.5. In describing the elytral pattern of this species, Chevrolat (1845) used these words: "vitta anchorali, cum lienola pone humerum (femina amplioribus); cupreis". He evidently had regarded as typical the pattern showing fullest pigmentation. The present study shows, on the other hand, that such a pat- tern, while most primitive, is not the most representative. The typical pattern is to be sought in Class Ⅳ, the model class. This last remark certainly has wider application and merits the consideration of taxonomists describing highly variable forms.

The object of this paper is offer an analytical method for solving the very important stereo-bridging problem in photogrammetry. In solving this problem we suppose that at the beginning and at the end of an arbitrary photo-strip there are three ground control points having their immages on the corresponding two pairs of photographs respectively. Based upon this condition we can utilize the stereo-resection method to carry out the aerial triangulation throughout the entire strip in order to get enough space intersection...

The object of this paper is offer an analytical method for solving the very important stereo-bridging problem in photogrammetry. In solving this problem we suppose that at the beginning and at the end of an arbitrary photo-strip there are three ground control points having their immages on the corresponding two pairs of photographs respectively. Based upon this condition we can utilize the stereo-resection method to carry out the aerial triangulation throughout the entire strip in order to get enough space intersection points for each intermediate photograph possibly to be mapped by virtue of some simple instruments.This paper is the extension of a previous article entitled "Photogrammetric Space Resection", published in the Chinese Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 4, Dec., 1954. At present, as the writer has not get gone so far into numerical computation, how would this method be workable is subject to test in the near future. The prospect of not only furthering the theoretical foundation of photogrammetry but also opening a new approach to the photomapping problem is highly encouraging.

The investigation of the properties of loess constitutes a highly specialized branch of soil engineering. The design and construction of foundations and earthwork in this soil involve many uncertainties that have not been solved. Among all uncertainties the following are considered the most important items:(1) the changes of bearing capacities caused by variations in the strength of the cohesive bond due to changes in its moisture content, and(2) the methods of ascertaining the amount of its settlement...

The investigation of the properties of loess constitutes a highly specialized branch of soil engineering. The design and construction of foundations and earthwork in this soil involve many uncertainties that have not been solved. Among all uncertainties the following are considered the most important items:(1) the changes of bearing capacities caused by variations in the strength of the cohesive bond due to changes in its moisture content, and(2) the methods of ascertaining the amount of its settlement under the combined action of foundation loads and of percolating water.In order to prevent foundations against settlement the "Provisional Code for the Design of Natural Foundations" gives a set of rules of precautions for designers to observe, which include the prevention of water from getting into the foundations, artificial strengthening of the soil and the designing of superstructures in such a way that they will adjust themselves to settlement. Before the adoption of any of such precautions could be decided, the accuracy in evaluating the amount of possible settlement of the soil is a problem of prime importance, which unfortunately cannot be satisfactorily obtained.This paper attempts to give some predominent characteristics of loess, the points of contradiction between the assumptions made in the old designing code and the results derived from actual work, a comparison of the salient features of the old code with the new code of ordinance of the U. S. S. R., 1955, and some suggestions regarding further developments of this branch of soil engineering. Several cases of actual construction work in loess in recent years are also cited which, owing to our incomplete knowledge of the soils, nature, have inevitably either caused unnecessary expenses to the works, or brought about results detrimental to the stability of structures.In this branch of soil engineering have, therefore, many difficulties yet to be contended with. It is hoped that this paper could be of some reference value to research engineers in this line and the knowledge of loess be further developed in view of the increasing pressure of necessity in our present construction work.