Changes are always based on certain reference point and everything referred to by a noun takes other things as background and also serves as background for other things.

They are developed in the aspect of reflecting the relationship between human being and nature,same as other things,according to the philosophical laws of the unity of opposites,mass mutal-variation,and negation of negation.

+ be+NP is a kind of tautology with adverbs. Compared with "NP is NP", its basic function is to appraise the NP on the basis of comparison, that is, to compare the NP with other things and objects, or to give a subjective appraisement on the comparison between the general situation and the character of the NP.

The results show that the total littering fall quantity is 3.51t/hm2, and the quantity of the leaves is 76.33±13.66 percent of the total , and the quantity of the branches is 8.02±5.38 percent, and the flowers and the fruits is 7.30±7.57 percent, the other things is 8.35±4.95 percent.

Uraniferous granite is exposed extensively. Among other things, exposed uraninite-rich granite is rich in silica (SiO2>70%), rich in alkalis (K2O+Na2≈8%) with K>Na (K2O:Na2≈5:3) and rich in uranium.

The in vivo test in rabbits: From the chromatigram, we can find the peak of internal standard; the sample and other things can be separated properly. The linearrelationship is well in the range of 0.2 to 20μg/ml of blood drug concentration, r=0.9943, n=7. The equation is R=0.4157+0.9411C.

This experiment researched the storage physiology of post-harvest and the effect of Dong jujube caused by the edible storage film with different concentration:1%,1.5%,2% which were made by Chitoson and the other things.

Among other things, we prove that, for a compact K?hler-Einstein complex surface (M, J, g0) with negative scalar curvature, (i) if g1 is a Riemannian metric on M with λM(g1) = λM(g0), then

It is shown that the higher the slag basicity, the stronger the hydration interactions in alkaline binder compositions causing their hardening, all other things being equal.

It is shown that, other things being equal, the response of the system to the light wave is greatest when the period of the interference intensity pattern is of the order of twice the thickness of the layer.

Apparently, the calculation formulas for the rate of thermophoretic transfer have a wider range of validity than those previously obtained, all other things being equal.

It is demonstrated that the main factor defining the electron loss in magnetic traps in the collisionless limit is the departure of fast electrons from magnetic traps to the boundaries of the structure among other things.

(1) Sodium salt of reduced codehydrogenase I has been obtained in good yield as a dry powder from codehydrogenase I by reduction with alcohol and alcohol dehydrogenase. This preparation was stable for at least 5 months when kept dry at -15℃. (2) The properties of the particle-bound codehydrogenase I cytochrome reductase system in heart muscle preparation were found to differ considerably from those of the soluble enzyme as obtained by Mahler et al. Among other things, the affinity for cytochrome c of the...

(1) Sodium salt of reduced codehydrogenase I has been obtained in good yield as a dry powder from codehydrogenase I by reduction with alcohol and alcohol dehydrogenase. This preparation was stable for at least 5 months when kept dry at -15℃. (2) The properties of the particle-bound codehydrogenase I cytochrome reductase system in heart muscle preparation were found to differ considerably from those of the soluble enzyme as obtained by Mahler et al. Among other things, the affinity for cytochrome c of the particle-bound enzyme is much greater than the soluble enzyme. The Michaelis constant for cytochrome c of the former is only one twelfth of that of the latter.(Fig. 2A). (3) With either oxygen or excess cytochrome c as electron acceptor, it was found that the overall activity, in terms of rate of oxygen consumption or cytochrome c reduction, when both succinate and reduced codehydrogenase I were oxidized simultanously, did not represent the sum of the rates of oxidation when these two substrates were separately oxidized but equalled only the faster of the two separate oxidation rates(Fig. 5, Tables 1, 2). If 2,6-dichlorophenol indophenol was used as the electron acceptor, the overall rate of simultaneous oxidation of these two substrates was found to equal exactly the sum of the rates of separate oxidation(Table 3). (4) When either oxygen or excess cytochrome c was used as the electron acceptor, reduced codehydrogenase I and succinate each inhibited the rate of oxidation of the other(Figs 4, 6 & 7). Evidence has been presented to show that the inhibition of succinate oxidation by reduced codehydrogenase I is not due to the accumulation of oxaloacetate. (5) When malonate was also added to the reaction mixture, succinate no longer produced any inhibition of the oxidation of reduced codehydrogenase I(Fig. 8). (6) It is therefore concluded that in heart muscle preparation both succinate and reduced codehydrogenase I are oxidized by cytochrome c through a common, velocity limiting factor. This is in accordance with the view previously reached by some workers from studies on the action of certain inhibitors. However, it should be noted that in our experiments no agents which might produce any conceivable change in the colloidal structure of the enzyme system has been employed. (7) It should be emphasized that our results clearly show that great caution must be exercised in drawing conslusion on the role an enzyme might play in a complex enzyme system from studies of the properties of a solubilized enzyme. (8) It is believed that the competition of two enzyme systems for a common linking factor as demonstrated in this report has provided a new method for studies on the mutual relations of two or more enzyme systems.

Let ρ be an integer greater than 1. Consider the ρ-adic group G= [0,∞) for φ∈X(G)=L_(0,∞)~ρ,(q≥l) or G_(0,∞), let △_nφ(x)=sum from k=-n to n pt(sum from i-0=1 to p-1 A_jφ(xjp~(-k-1))) where A_0=A_0(p)=(p-1)/2, A_k=A_k(p)=ω~k(1—ω~k)~(-1), k=1,…,p-1,ω=e~(2πi/p). If there exists a g∈X(G) such that ||△_nφ-g||_(x(G))→0 as n→∞,then we call g the generalized (p-adic) logical derivative of φ. The pointwise derivative of φ∈G_(0,∞) is defined similarly. These definitions extend that of Gibbs and Butzer-Wagner (p=2)....

Let ρ be an integer greater than 1. Consider the ρ-adic group G= [0,∞) for φ∈X(G)=L_(0,∞)~ρ,(q≥l) or G_(0,∞), let △_nφ(x)=sum from k=-n to n pt(sum from i-0=1 to p-1 A_jφ(xjp~(-k-1))) where A_0=A_0(p)=(p-1)/2, A_k=A_k(p)=ω~k(1—ω~k)~(-1), k=1,…,p-1,ω=e~(2πi/p). If there exists a g∈X(G) such that ||△_nφ-g||_(x(G))→0 as n→∞,then we call g the generalized (p-adic) logical derivative of φ. The pointwise derivative of φ∈G_(0,∞) is defined similarly. These definitions extend that of Gibbs and Butzer-Wagner (p=2). Among other things, some elementary properties of the generalized logical derivative are given and the inverse approximation theorem for the space L_(0,∞)~q,∞ as an application is established.

Let p be an integer greater than 1. Consider the p-adic group G=[0,∞), for φ∈X(G)=L_(0,∞)~q(q≥1) or G_(0,∞), let Δ_nφ(x)=sum from k=-n to n p~k(sum from i-0 to p-1 A_jφ(xjp~(-k-1)), where A_0=A_0(p)=(P-1)/2, A_k=A_k(p)=ω~k(1-ω~k)~(-1), k=1,…, p-1, ω=e~(2πi/p). If there exists a g∈X(G) such that ‖Δ_nφ-g‖_(X(G))→0 as n→∞, then we call g the generalized (p-adic) logical derivative of φ. The pointwise derivative of φ∈C_(0,∞) is defined similarly. These definitions extend that of Gibbs and Butzer-Wagner (p=2). Among...

Let p be an integer greater than 1. Consider the p-adic group G=[0,∞), for φ∈X(G)=L_(0,∞)~q(q≥1) or G_(0,∞), let Δ_nφ(x)=sum from k=-n to n p~k(sum from i-0 to p-1 A_jφ(xjp~(-k-1)), where A_0=A_0(p)=(P-1)/2, A_k=A_k(p)=ω~k(1-ω~k)~(-1), k=1,…, p-1, ω=e~(2πi/p). If there exists a g∈X(G) such that ‖Δ_nφ-g‖_(X(G))→0 as n→∞, then we call g the generalized (p-adic) logical derivative of φ. The pointwise derivative of φ∈C_(0,∞) is defined similarly. These definitions extend that of Gibbs and Butzer-Wagner (p=2). Among other things, some elementary properties of the generalized logical derivative are given and the inverse approximation theorem for the space L_(0,∞)~q as an application is established.