In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China




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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093073651

AU - Feng ZongShuai

AU - Wu Caie

AU - Fang ShengZuo

AU - Yang WanXia

AU - Yang JianTing

AU - Li TingTing

IN - College of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China.

MA - 1983ashuai@163.com

MA - sxwucaie@163.com

TI - Technology optimization of total flavonoids extraction from Cyclocarya paliurus leaves by ultrasonic assistance.

SO - Nongye Jixie Xuebao = Transactions of the Chinese Society for Agricultural Machinery. 2009. 40: 2, 130-134. 5 ref.

PU - Chinese Society of Agricultural Machinery

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The supersonic assistance extraction processing of total flavonoids from Cyclocarya paliurus leaves was studied. By means of orthogonally rotational combination design with four factors (ratio of solvent to dry Cyclocarya paliurus leaves, extraction time, ultrasonic power and ethanol concentration) as influence factors, the optimal extraction technology was performed. The results indicated that the effect of factors on the extraction was in the order as follows, extraction time, the most important one, then ethanol concentration, ratio of solvent to dry Cyclocarya paliurus leaves, and ultrasonic power as the last one. The optimum conditions were ratio of solvent to dry Cyclocarya paliurus leaves 55 mL/g, extraction time 34 min, ultrasonic power 720 W, and ethanol concentration 60 percent. With the optimized technology, the content of total flavonoids in the final product is 86.63 percent. In conclusion, the technology is relatively stable and reliable, and consistent with the validate experiment result.

CC - Non-wood Forest Products [KK540]

CC - Other Produce [QQ070]

CC - Food Processing (General) [QQ100]

MH - extraction

MH - flavonoids

MH - leaves

MH - optimization

MH - technology

MH - Pterocarya

BT - Juglandaceae

BT - Juglandales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 1F

SS - CA

SS - TR

SS - ZD

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.agro-csam.org/njxb/

IS - 1000-1298

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093073639

AU - Zhang XiaoDong

AU - Mao HanPing

IN - Key Laboratory of Modern Agricultural Equipment and Technology, Ministry of Education & Jiangsu Province, Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang 212013, China.

MA - zxd700227@126.com

TI - Effect and correction of water stress and lighting factor on rape nitrogen content spectral analysis.

SO - Nongye Jixie Xuebao = Transactions of the Chinese Society for Agricultural Machinery. 2009. 40: 2, 164-169. 10 ref.

PU - Chinese Society of Agricultural Machinery

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The interaction between rape nitrogen content and water status and influencing factor of lighting in spectrum analysis were developed. In order to avoid the effect of lighting fluctuation, the correction models which based on variation ratio of spectral reflectance were established in each spectral characteristic wavelength of rape nitrogen content and moisture content. The method of principal component analysis (PCA) was used to establish the nitrogen spectral predictive model under different moisture content levels in order to avoid the interaction between rape nitrogen and water status. The combination model was used to predict the nitrogen content of rape. The result showed that the correlation coefficient between the estimated values and the real values is 0.92, the root mean square error is 0.53. The precision of combination model is higher than the previous model which used PCA method and 6 wavelength variables.

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

CC - Plant Composition [FF040]

CC - Agricultural and Forestry Equipment (General) [NN400]

CC - Mathematics and Statistics [ZZ100]

CC - Techniques and Methodology [ZZ900]

MH - chemical composition

MH - lightning

MH - models

MH - moisture content

MH - nitrogen content

MH - plant composition

MH - principal component analysis

MH - rape

MH - spectral analysis

MH - water stress

MH - Brassica napus var. oleifera

BT - Brassica napus

BT - Brassica

BT - Brassicaceae

BT - Capparidales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - canola

ID - Capparales

ID - chemical constituents of plants

ID - oilseed rape

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 8A

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.agro-csam.org/njxb/

IS - 1000-1298

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093073638

AU - Zhang RongBiao

AU - Bai Bin

AU - Li KeWei

AU - Xiang MeiJing

IN - School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang 212013, China.

MA - zrb@ujs.edu.cn

TI - Fault diagnosis of the greenhouse WSN based on the time series and space series analysis.

SO - Nongye Jixie Xuebao = Transactions of the Chinese Society for Agricultural Machinery. 2009. 40: 2, 155-158, 179. 13 ref.

PU - Chinese Society of Agricultural Machinery

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - Because of the strong time dependence and spatial correlation of the data collected by the greenhouse wireless sensor networks (WSN), according to the basic structure of the greenhouse WSN, the mathematic model of fault diagnosis based on the time series and space series analysis was set up respectively through preprocess sample information of the time series and space series on the basis of analyzing the raw data of WSN. According to this, the working condition of the sensor node was analyzed and the fault diagnosis algorithm of the greenhouse WSN was given. The research result showed that the method of fault diagnosis could find out the anomaly of greenhouse WSN and judge the fault node, thus enhance the reliability of WSN.

CC - Plant Production [FF100]

CC - Automation and Control [NN050]

CC - Farm and Horticultural Structures [NN300]

CC - Techniques and Methodology [ZZ900]

MH - greenhouses

MH - mathematical models

MH - radio waves

MH - time series

ID - glasshouses

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 8A

SS - 7C

SS - 0C

SS - CA

SS - HO

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.agro-csam.org/njxb/

IS - 1000-1298

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093071824

AU - Lu JunJun

AU - Wu ZhengHong

AU - Ping QiNeng

IN - Department of Pharmaceutics, China Pharmaceutical University, Nanjing 210009, China.

MA - zhenghongwu66@yahoo.com.cn

TI - The effect of polyamidoamine (PAMAM) dendrimers on the solubility and pharmacokinetics of breviscapine.

SO - Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica. 2009. 44: 2, 197-202. 13 ref.

PU - Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - To study the solubilization of breviscapine with polyamidoamine (PAMAM) dendrimers and investigate the effects of PAMAM dendrimers on the pharmacokinetics of breviscapine, the solubilization of breviscapine by PAMAM dendrimers of generations G1, G1.5, G2 and G2.5 at different concentrations were determined and compared under different pH conditions. Twelve rats randomized into 2 groups were orally administered with breviscapine and breviscapine combined with PAMAM. Drug in the plasma was extracted and analysed by HPLC. At pH conditions less than 7.0, the solubilization of breviscapine by PAMAM dendrimers increased as the generation and concentration of PAMAM dendrimers and the pH increased. Its solubilizing mechanism involved an electrostatic interaction between the carboxyl group of breviscapine, and the primary amines and tertiary amines of PAMAM dendrimers. The values of pharmacokinetics parameters Cmax and AUC0-8 h for breviscapine were 119.65+or-9.36 ng ml-1 and 370.09+or-63.08 ng h-1 ml-1, respectively. For breviscapine combined with PAMAM dendrimers, the Cmax and AUC0-8 h values were 518.17+or-17.07 ng ml-1 and 1219.47+or-201.87 ng h-1 ml-1, respectively. There were significant differences in AUC0-8 h between breviscapine and breviscapine combined with PAMAM dendrimers (P<0.01). PAMAM dendrimers can markedly increase the solubility of breviscapine in water and improve the oral bioavailability of breviscapine significantly.

CC - Non-food/Non-feed Plant Products [SS200]

CC - Animal and in vitro Models for Pharmaceuticals [VV450]

MH - amines

MH - bioavailability

MH - flavonoids

MH - pH

MH - pharmacokinetics

MH - phytochemicals

MH - solubility

MH - solubilization

ID - hydrogen ion concentration

ID - potential of hydrogen

ID - solubilizing

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 5C

SS - CA

SS - HE

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.cpa.org.cn

IS - 0513-4870

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093071823

AU - Lin Wei

AU - Yao Jing

AU - Zhou JianPing

IN - China Pharmaceutical University, Nanjing 210009, China.

MA - zhoujpcpu@126.com

TI - Preparation of self-assemble nobiletin proliposomes and its pharmacokinetics in rats.

SO - Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica. 2009. 44: 2, 192-196. 13 ref.

PU - Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - The pharmacokinetic behaviour of self-assemble nobiletin proliposomes was studied in rats after intra-gavage administration. Nobiletin suspension was used as the control, and self-assemble nobiletin proliposomes were prepared using a new proliposome preparation method. Physicochemical properties, including encapsulation efficiency, particle size and stability of formed liposomes, were investigated. The plasma concentration of nobiletin was determined by HPLC using nimodipine as the internal standard. The encapsulation efficiency of nobiletin liposomes was more than 80%. The liposomes, which had an average particle size of 212.1 nm, were highly stable. Compared to the nobiletin suspension, nobiletin liposomes registered higher absorption rates and longer MRT, and the relative bioavailability was 264.3% in rats.

CC - Non-food/Non-feed Plant Products [SS200]

CC - Animal and in vitro Models for Pharmaceuticals [VV450]

MH - absorption

MH - bioavailability

MH - encapsulation

MH - liposomes

MH - particle size

MH - pharmacokinetics

MH - phytochemicals

MH - rats

BT - Muridae

BT - rodents

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - small mammals

BT - eukaryotes

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 5C

SS - CA

SS - HE

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.cpa.org.cn

IS - 0513-4870

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093071772

AU - Yang LiFei

AU - Gai JunYi

AU - Zhu YueLin

AU - Chen Gang

AU - Wei GuoPing

AU - Wang Cong

AU - Liu QianQian

IN - National Center for Soybean Improvement, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, China.

MA - ylzhu@njau.edu.cn

TI - Construction and characterization of full-length cDNA library and expressed sequence tags analysis in developing seeds of vegetable soybean.

SO - Horticulture, Environment and Biotechnology. 2009. 50: 1, 51-56. 26 ref.

PU - Korean Society for Horticultural Science

LP - Suwon

CP - Korea Republic

AB - The objectives of this paper were to construct a full-length cDNA library and identify genes encoding high quality proteins in developing seeds of vegetable soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.]. The construction of full-length cDNA library was essential for screening and cloning of novel genes. Using vegetable soybean variety 'NN99-10' as an experimental material, a full-length cDNA library from the developing seeds was constructed by switching mechanism at 5'-end of RNA transcript (SMART) approach. Total RNA from different developmental stages of seeds was purified. Double strand cDNA was synthesized by SMART method and the cDNA fragments were ligated to the pBluescript II SK vector. The recombinant plasmids were transformed into E. coli by electroporation and a cDNA library of developing seeds was successfully constructed. By counting the number of colonies, the titer of the primary cDNA library was 7.6x106 cfu.mL-1, and that of the amplified library was 2.4x1012 cfu.mL-1. Electrophoresis gel results indicated that most of the cDNA inserts were ranged from 0.40 to 2.0 kb, with an average size of larger than 800 bp. Randomly picked clones showed that the recombination rate was above 99%. These evidences showed that the cDNA library constructed was a full-length library with high quality, and could be used to screen the genes encoding high quality proteins. A total of 206 randomly selected positive clones were successfully sequenced, and 73% of them contained full-length coding regions. Based on bioinformatics analysis of the sequences, we obtained 192 expressed sequence tags (ESTs) from 206 cDNA positive clones. Eight important genes which might be involved in seed quality were identified, and two of their genes were identified to be related to the allergenicity of seed proteins. The full-length cDNA library constructed in this research has laid the foundation for the further cloning of novel genes and the revealed EST sequences have enriched our knowledge of the function genes of vegetable soybean seeds.

CC - Horticultural Crops [FF003]

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

CC - Plant Breeding and Genetics [FF020]

CC - Crop Produce [QQ050]

CC - Food Composition and Quality [QQ500]

CC - Molecular Biology and Molecular Genetics [ZZ360]

MH - bioinformatics

MH - complementary DNA

MH - DNA libraries

MH - expressed sequence tags

MH - genes

MH - nucleotide sequences

MH - plant proteins

MH - seed development

MH - seed quality

MH - seeds

MH - soyabeans

MH - Glycine (Fabaceae)

MH - Glycine max

BT - Glycine (Fabaceae)

BT - Papilionoideae

BT - Fabaceae

BT - Fabales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - cDNA

ID - soybeans

LG - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 7B

SS - 7N

SS - 0P

SS - 0C

SS - 7G

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - HO

SS - PL

SS - ZD

SS - FT

SS - FF

SS - ZS

UR - http://www.horticulture.or.kr/eng

IS - 0253-6498

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093071608

AU - Wang CaiPing

AU - Li JianMei

AU - Kong LingDong

IN - State Key Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China.

MA - kongld@nju.edu.cn

ED - Eddouks, M.

TI - Some potential herbs for hyperuricemia and gout.

SO - Handbook of ethnopharmacology. 2008. 199-232. 165 ref.

PU - Research Signpost

LP - Trivandrum

CP - India

AB - Gout is a common disease with a worldwide distribution and continues to be a health problem. Uric acid is a key factor related to an increased risk of gout, cardiovascular disorder, nephrolithiasis and diabetes. Presently, it seems to be widely accepted that the control of the key factor is considered to be involved in the prevention and treatment of these diseases. The related drugs include xanthine dehydrogenase and xanthine oxidase inhibitors, urate-lowering, diuretic and uricosuric agents, and renal urate reabsorption inhibitors. However, adverse effects of these drugs limit their therapies. In traditional medicines, some of the herbal extracts have been demonstrated to possess hypouricaemic activities. Investigating botanical plants with greater hypouricaemic effectiveness and safety is gaining more interest. This chapter reviews the hypouricaemic properties of some herbs and their phytochemicals. Some herbs from Asteraceae, Lamiaceae, Brassicaceae, Liliaceae, Moraceae, Umbelliferae and Apiaceae species show significantly hypouricaemic activities. The search for powerful hypouricaemic agents from these promising species may be a promising approach for the prevention and treatment of hyperuricaemia and gout.

RN - 69-93-2

CC - Non-food/Non-feed Plant Products [SS200]

CC - Non-communicable Human Diseases and Injuries [VV600]

CC - Pharmacology [VV730]

MH - gout

MH - herbal drugs

MH - human diseases

MH - hyperuricaemia

MH - medicinal plants

MH - medicinal properties

MH - metabolic disorders

MH - plant extracts

MH - uric acid

MH - Apiaceae

MH - Asteraceae

MH - Brassicaceae

MH - Lamiaceae

MH - Liliaceae

MH - man

MH - Moraceae

BT - Apiales

BT - dicotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

BT - Asterales

BT - Capparidales

BT - Lamiales

BT - Liliales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - Homo

BT - Hominidae

BT - Primates

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - Urticales

ID - Araliales

ID - Capparales

ID - drug plants

ID - herbal medicines

ID - hyperuricemia

ID - medicinal herbs

ID - metabolic diseases

ID - officinal plants

LG - English

PT - Book chapter

SS - 1T

SS - 5C

SS - CA

SS - HE

SS - ZS

IB - 978-81-308-0213-8

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


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VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093068817

AU - Yin DaQiang

AU - Zhu HanKai

AU - Hu Ping

AU - Zhao QingShun

IN - School of the Environment, State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, Nanjing University, 22 Hankou Road, Nanjing 210093, China.

MA - qingshun@nicemice.cn

TI - Genotoxic effect of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol on
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