Result The total effective rate is 85.42％ and the appearing rate of wave was marked I1,E2,CCT significantly decrease(P< 0.01),the ratio of E2/E1 increase(P< 0.05).

The result of BAEP shows that asphyxia can influence the wave-produce rate of waveⅠ、Ⅲ and Ⅴ and the incubation period of waveⅠand Ⅴ. They reveal that neonatal asphyxia can injure both of peripheral and central nervous auditory way.

The results show that the time scale of the response is not only related to the rate of wave growth,but also to the directional energy distribution and the angle between the wind direction and the mean wave direction.

The results showed that the incidence of cochlear deafness on the EOAEs mostly revealed detective threshold increased or waves disappeared, when behavior threshold is over 40 dB HL, no response was recorded. Whether EOAEs could be recorded was consistent with the appearance rate of wave V of ABR.

in Group C there was no change. At the same time, wave A of the flexor reflex in Group A was markedly depressed in 10～40 min; the depression rate of wave A at its largest was(96.1±8.9)%;

Similar to the analysis of guinea pig's ABR,the wavelet transform scale 3 is mostly adequate to the analysis of human's ABR. The time's field after transforming is not changed and the emerged rate of wave I is increased, IV-V compound is divided clearly. So the measurement of I-V range is more precise.

It is shown that the stratification introduced by the applied magnetic field constrains the orientation of the propagation and that whilst the rate of wave growth is significantly impeded by the magnetic field it is not totally inhibited.

An appropriate representation for the roots of the characteristic equation specifying the rate of wave propagation is presented.

Further, at this high range of water level, the rate of wave reduction depended strongly on the incident wave height.

On the other hand, when water levels rose above the height of thickly spread branches and leaves of these trees, the rate of wave reduction increased again with an increase in the water level.

tapers off upward, the effect of drag force by these roots on the wave reduction decreased with the increase in the water level, resulting in a decrease in the rate of wave reduction.

By the use of 500 mb northern hemispheric data of four months during the winter season of 1976-77 medium range variations of northern hemispheric mean kinetic energy, eddy kinetic energy spectra and the spectra of kinetic conversion rate are studied.Through the qualitative analysis and power spectral analysis of these time series, some preliminary results are obtained. Mean energy, total eddy energy and total value of conversion rate all show a quasi-two-week oscillation. But there are phase differences among...

By the use of 500 mb northern hemispheric data of four months during the winter season of 1976-77 medium range variations of northern hemispheric mean kinetic energy, eddy kinetic energy spectra and the spectra of kinetic conversion rate are studied.Through the qualitative analysis and power spectral analysis of these time series, some preliminary results are obtained. Mean energy, total eddy energy and total value of conversion rate all show a quasi-two-week oscillation. But there are phase differences among them. The total eddy energy leads the total conversion rate by about one day, and leads the mean energy by about 3 days. The values of eddy energy and conversion rate of wave number three all show a quasi-two-week variation. The eddy energy of wave number three is not only in approximate phase with the total eddy energy, but also the most significant contribution among the waves. The wave number 3 also gives the most significant contribution to the total conversion rate. The contributions of conversion rate to the intensification and decay of mean energy and eddy energy for various wave numbers are investigated. It is found that the rates of change of mean energy throughout its intensification are almost balanced by the conversion rates. It suggests that barotropic process plays a more important role in the intensifying stage of mean energy. As far as individual wave numbers are concerned, the decay of kinetic energies for k = 3-6 is, say the least, partly due to losing energy through barotropic conversion process.Finally, the relationship between the medium range variations of mean and eddy kinetic energies and their intensifiction and decay is discussed.

Tan—sheep is a fameus breed of lambfur sheep in china.Its white lambfur is very bcautiful and bright and the coats made of this kind of lambfur are light soft and pretty. All those characters are idiosyncratic. But there were only few researches about the tansheep's lambfur in the past time, while the standards of the classifieaton for this lambful has not been yet defined. therefore we worked on this subject for more than two years in ,Ningxia region,the main productive and processing area of the tan-sheeps...

Tan—sheep is a fameus breed of lambfur sheep in china.Its white lambfur is very bcautiful and bright and the coats made of this kind of lambfur are light soft and pretty. All those characters are idiosyncratic. But there were only few researches about the tansheep's lambfur in the past time, while the standards of the classifieaton for this lambful has not been yet defined. therefore we worked on this subject for more than two years in ,Ningxia region,the main productive and processing area of the tan-sheeps lambfur. The distribution of tan—sheeh, the salet and prodction of its lambfur were described in the present article.About more than 20 entries, e. g. the types of waves of the lock; the grades of the fur; the distribution of pattern of the waves of loek; the number of curves of the lock; the length of the lock; the rates of waves of the lock; the density and width of the lock;the types of fibers; and the quantity composition; the height of fine wool; the fineness of fibers; the area and the thickness of skin; the weight of the fur; the difference of length between the colored and white fibers etc, to 1074 lambfar were measurad and assayed respectively. some preliminary suggastions for the classification of tan—sheep's have been provided.

In this paper an analytical solution is presented for solitary waves propagating over fluid-mud seabed. In the theoretical analysis three boundary layers are introduced to satisfy the boundary conditions of motion. The first order approximation are derived for the velocities in the irrota-tional cores and boundary layers, as well as the dissipation rates of wave heights. The laboratory experiment results are compared favourably with the theoretical prediction.