Xie Biao

Xie Biao
Southeast University (China) | SEU · Department of Cardiology

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The change from forest to agricultural land in the last three decades represents a significant shift in land use in China. This study was conducted to evaluate how change from forest to greenhouse cabbage production affected soil organic carbon (SOC) and total nitrogen (TN) stocks in surface soil. Our results showed that converting forest to greenh...
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X. BIAO, L. TINGYOU, W. XIPEI and Q. YI, 2009. Variation in the water quality of organic and conven-tional shrimp ponds in a coastal environment from Eastern China. Bulg. J. Agric. Sci., 15: 47-59 Eleven water quality variables were measured at intervals in organic and conventional shrimp ponds during the production cycle (April – August 2002, a 11...
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This paper GUODIAN Bengbu power plant 2×600 MW unit supporting the ESP system for flue study, details of the electrostatic precipitator tail flue contoured layout of the electrostatic precipitator, electric air impacts, as well as how to take the physical model and Mathematical Model of combining CFD numerical simulation study. 1 INTRODUCTION Site...
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This paper introduces the GUODIAN Bengbu power plant 600 MW Unit 2*ESP venues flue gas composition and coal dust nature of working conditions, the use of independent research and development of electromagnetic vibration top of the cathode, anode side of the vibration technology, good solution of the site restrictions, and the two plates cleaning pr...
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China has been one of the world's largest shrimp producers since 1988. Although the industry suffered disease outbreaks and environmental problems, shrimp farming has recently seen a rapid expansion in China. This study provides some necessary background to shrimp aquaculture in China. It focuses briefly on the operating characteristics of shrimp a...
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Empirical studies have underlined the importance of technical trade barriers in the agricultural sector. For organic products, national differences in standards, certification and accreditation systems could act as a major non-tariff barrier for export-oriented countries, particularly developing countries, which could eventually fail to benefit fro...
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The effects of shrimp aquaculture on the adjacent water bodies over a crop cycle period were evaluated by studying the water quality of inlet and outlet creeks located within Xuwei Salt Field, Lianyungang City of Jiangsu Province. The characterization of the water consisted of the evaluation of the variation of 10 parameters along the inlet and out...
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China has succeeded in sustaining 22% of the world's population with only 7% of the world's farmland. In recent decades, agricultural science has been rapidly developed in China. The objective of this paper is to give a critical review of agricultural science in China from the perspectives of characteristics of regional agriculture, historical evol...
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Organic agriculture, a new model for farming development, has set itself the goals of minimization of environmental pollution and sustainability of farming systems. In recent years, organic agriculture has developed rapidly and spread around the world. The objective of this paper is to give an overview of organic agriculture in China with regard to...
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Based on its productionguideline, organic agriculture has set foritself the goals of minimizing all forms ofpollution and maintaining sustainability of thefarming system. By striving for these goals,organic farming meets the demands of anincreasing number of consumers who are criticalof conventional production methods. This papergives an overview o...

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