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Articles by Li Wei
Total Records ( 3 ) for Li Wei
  Li Wei , Wang Xianjia and Zhang Liubo
  This study present the general model on the ecology operation of reservoir containing four steps: Finding the points of ecological protection, confirming the ecological variables, searching the ecological relation, standardizing the variables. The study research the ecological operation of three gorges considering the breeding of the Chinese sturgeon, for which we structure a multi-objective programming model. Last, the method of decision-making about the Pareto-solutions to the above model is provided.
  Xingfang Qiao , Li Wei , Yang Yang , Jiankang Chen , Denghu Wu , Benzhong Mi , Wenhua Luo , Suhui Yin and Jinlong Yang
  Asian elephants in Chongqing zoo were repeatedly affected by fungal skin disease recent years. This study sought to establish New Zealand rabbit models infected with Microsporum canis which was pathogens of fungal skin disease developed in Asian elephants in Chongqing zoo. Bacterial colonies were incubated in Sabouraud dextrose agar at 28°C for 14 days and then prepared into bacterial suspension and inoculated on the dorsal skin of the rabbits. After 10 days inoculation, the affected skin of rabbits developed advent clinical symptoms such as scab and desquamation that were extremely similar to those of fungal skin disease in Asian elephants. The skin tissue at a size of 1×1 cm was collected. The paraffin section was prepared and stained for argentaffin. The pathological section showed that brown orange Microsporum canis was visible in skin tissue after argentaffin staining. The results showed that pathological New Zealand rabbit model for infection with pathogens of fungal skin disease developed in Asian elephants in Chongqing zoo was successfully established.
  Deng An-Qiu and Li Wei
  Cultural trade is of vital facilitation to cultural development and cultural industry’s development alike. The international cultural trade mode is influenced by globalization, regionalization, networking and digitization nowadays. In order to develop cultural trade, this paper aims to understand and explore the cultural trade development mode among China, Korea and Japan. On the basis of discussion about the cultural trade mode among China, Korea and Japan, this paper suggests that China, South Korea (hereinafter referred to as Korea) and Japan should be committed to resolving obstacles such as the concept, communication and trade, taking advantage of the similar cultures, close geological distance, closely linked economic trade, competitive and complimentary cultural industry and cultural market, resembling national cultural strategy and policy and the same status as major country of cultural trade and so on to perfect the working mechanism, steadily promote the construction of the cultural trade development mode with mutual opening-up, communication, competition and cooperation to speed up the further development in cultural trade among the three countries.
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