Resistin is positive related with HCY,hs-CRP, fg ,TC,TG,LDL,Lpa,BS (r=0.563, 0.716, 0.421, 0.579,0.685,0.831,0.621, 0.684, respectively), and is negative related with HDL (r=-0.558);

The content of Cu was related to T 3,T 4,FT 3,FT 4( r ≥0.320, P <0.01)and negative related to TSH ( r ≥0.498, P <0.01)in hyperthyroid and sub hyperthyroid and hypothyroid groups.

the levels of IgG2 were negative related to transferrin(TF) and α1 - M,P<0.01 ithe levels of IgG4 were negative related to MA, IgG and a, - M, P < 0.01. Conclusions These results suggest IgG1, IgG2 subclass going down may participate in the pathogenesis of HSPN.

In addition,the levels of IgG_1 were negative related to MA in acute glumerulonephritis,standardized coefficients was (-0.857),P<(0.05); the levels of IgG_2 were negative related to gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT),standardized coefficients was (-0.669),P<(0.05).

The levels of IgG1 and IgG2 are negative related to urine enzyme series four microalbumen,so IgG1 and IgG2 may be correlated with the seriousness of HSPN.

Glu, Arg and Ala were significautly negative related tothe resistance. The resistance can be estimated quantitatvely by the formula as follow : y=0. 8224 + 0. 045x1-0. 195x2, (x1 represents the activity of catalases ; x2 represents the content of Arg).

The positive study according to the data from the investigation of the two provinces, Shandong and Henan, has shown that the salary incentive for the head of banks is negative related with bank performance; the incentives of wage and bonus are positive related with the performance; and the head producing mechanism and spirit incentives have not much influence on the performance.

Correlation analysis showed that the biomass and biodiversity of community were negative related to the concentrations of NH_4-N,monthly average temperature,precipitation; but positive related to COD、NO~-_3-N and Ortho-P.

10 patients with aplastic anemia and severe thrombocytopenia strongly immunized by previous blood transfusions were transfused with platelets from cross-match negative related or unrelated donors.

In winter, the reuse index was negative related to snow depth.

First, the authors formulate a hypothesis that formalisation and the adoption of telework are negative related.

Furthermore, negative spill over effects reported by expatriates were significantly negative related to their spouses' intercultural adaptation.

The development of thermoregulation in nestlings of Eastern Quail,Coturnix c japonica Temminck et Schlegel(Family:Phasianidae)is discussed,together with the effect of ambient temperature to body temperature and energy expenditure of their adults.Resting metabolic rates of adult birds under different ambient temperatures,one of which with lowest at 25℃,is an U-shaped curve(Fig.1),Their normal body temperature is 41.52±0.40℃.Therefore,ambient temperature of 25～30℃ are the possible optimum range for rearing adult...

The development of thermoregulation in nestlings of Eastern Quail,Coturnix c japonica Temminck et Schlegel(Family:Phasianidae)is discussed,together with the effect of ambient temperature to body temperature and energy expenditure of their adults.Resting metabolic rates of adult birds under different ambient temperatures,one of which with lowest at 25℃,is an U-shaped curve(Fig.1),Their normal body temperature is 41.52±0.40℃.Therefore,ambient temperature of 25～30℃ are the possible optimum range for rearing adult birds. The nestlings exhibited poikilothermy,yet they belong to precocial birds,develop into homeothermy around 20～21 days of age. At 20℃ and 35℃,the nestlings' resting metabolic rates shows three "age phase"(Fig.2):First,0～7 days,the rates are positive related to age.Second,7～11 days,negative related to age.Third,ll～30 days,the rates maintained a steady level. The nestlings' resting metabolism rates are higher at 20℃ than at 35℃.The nestlings are able to save a lot of unnecessary energy expenditure if they are reared under warm surroundings.

The development of thermoregulation in nestlings of Eastern Quail, Coturnix c japonica Temminck et Schlegel (Family: Phasianidae) is discussed, together with the effect of ambient temperature to body temperature and energy expenditure of their adults. Resting metabolic rates of adult birds under different ambient temperatures, one of which with lowest at 25℃, is an U-shaped curve (Fig. 1), Their normal body temperature is 41.52±0.40℃. Therefore, ambient temperature of 25~30℃ are the possible optimum range for...

The development of thermoregulation in nestlings of Eastern Quail, Coturnix c japonica Temminck et Schlegel (Family: Phasianidae) is discussed, together with the effect of ambient temperature to body temperature and energy expenditure of their adults. Resting metabolic rates of adult birds under different ambient temperatures, one of which with lowest at 25℃, is an U-shaped curve (Fig. 1), Their normal body temperature is 41.52±0.40℃. Therefore, ambient temperature of 25~30℃ are the possible optimum range for roaring adult birds. The nestlings exhibited poikilothermy, yet they belong to precocial birds, develop into homeothermy around 20~21 days of age. At 20℃ and 35℃, the nestlings' resting metabolic rates shows three "ago phase" (Fig. 2): First, 0~7 days, the rates are positive related to ago. Second, 7~11 days, negative related to age. Third, 11~30 days, the rates maintained a steady level. The nestlings' resting metabolism rates are higher at 20℃ than at 35℃. The nestlings are able to save a lot of unnecessary energy expenditure if they are reared under warm surroundings.

The random-pollinated seeds of dominant fir trees were collected in 1977 and bred in 1978. Through basis of investigation to 15 characters of the progeny test forest established in 1979, it was found through variance analysis that genetic correlation was basically consistent with phenotype correlation. The ratio of crown to diameter Showed a negative relate with the of tree height, breast diameter and volume while the round number of shoots positive relate with them. The flowering behaviour of fir...

The random-pollinated seeds of dominant fir trees were collected in 1977 and bred in 1978. Through basis of investigation to 15 characters of the progeny test forest established in 1979, it was found through variance analysis that genetic correlation was basically consistent with phenotype correlation. The ratio of crown to diameter Showed a negative relate with the of tree height, breast diameter and volume while the round number of shoots positive relate with them. The flowering behaviour of fir trees had a close relation with the positive genetic correlation of tree height, breast diameter and volume.